by Dragomir Marius The year 1999 was a tough one for Romania’s government, which tried to rule an impoverished population looking for someone to blame for ruining the country’s economy and institutionalizing corruption. The centrist coalition, which came to power in 1996, didn’t manage to fulfill Romanians’ expectations for a better life, and were thus […]

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