15 December 1998 Bucharest–At the end of 1996, when the new Romanian government was formed with the participation of the Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania (RMDSZ), many thought Romania had finally made a resolute turn and was set to move forward on the road to European integration. Many, including U.S. President Bill Clinton, praised […]

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