30 January 1995 HUNGARIAN VOTERS HAD ONE thing on their minds when they hit the polls in the May 1994 general elections: the painful side effects of economic reform. They punished Prime Minister Peter Boross’ conservative government for Hungary’s high unemploy-ment, declining production and worsening living standards. In voting for the Hungarian Socialist Party (MSP), […]

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