15 May 1998Ending–at least temporarily–months of infighting in the governing centrist coalition, Romania’s parliament on 15 April overwhelmingly approved a new government, led by Christian Democrat Radu Vasile. His predecessor, Victor Ciorbea, resigned at the end of March after the Social Democrats, the government coalition’s second-largest party, withdrew its ministers after accusing Ciorbea of stymieing […]

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