by Stefan Hrib BRATISLAVA, Slovakia–Elections in Slovakia are dramatic affairs. In 1990, they successfully decided between communism and freedom; in 1992, they unsuccessfully turned on the issue of Czechoslovakia and Czech Prime Minister Vaclav Klaus’ reforms; in 1994, they were a futile attempt to prevent Vladimir Meciar’s crudest acts; and in 1998, they successfully arrested […]

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