No-win elections sour the end of an already troubled 2000 by Marius Dragomir Romania started 2000 with a new prime minister, Mugur Isarescu, a former governor of the Romanian National Bank. His appointment, in December 1999, was a desperate attempt on the part of the centrist Democratic Convention of Romania (CDR), the ruling coalition in […]

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