by Szabo Matyas 1997 was the first full year in which the newly-elected Ciorbea cabinet exercised its power in Romania. The government, led by the former unionist leader and Bucharest’s elected mayor, Victor Ciorbea, was installed after the 1996 November general elections. The three coalition members – the Democratic Convention of Romania (CDR), the Social […]

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