by Zsolt Mato The Romanian government got a lesson in sensitivity after a proposal to posthumously cleanse the criminal records of members of the country’s wartime, pro-fascist leadership rang alarm bells in the West. Since the change of regimes in December 1989, the Romanian prosecutor general’s office has received a flood of requests to nullify […]

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