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Home > Publications > PISM Bulletin > A New Romanian Government Six Months Before the Parliamentary Elections

A New Romanian Government Six Months Before the Parliamentary Elections

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14 May 2012
Anita Sobják
no. 50 (383)
Photo: Stock.xchng

Less than three months after its appointment, the cabinet of Mihai Răzvan Ungureanu fell in a vote of no-confidence. The new social-liberal government headed by opposition leader Victor Ponta has sixth months to strike a balance between its populist promises to reverse austerity measures and the requirements of the IMF, before the parliamentary elections in November. Domestic political instability, a partial change of priorities in external affairs, and the predicted confrontation between the president and the foreign minister over conducting foreign policy are all factors with potentially negative implications for the Romanian position in the EU and for bilateral cooperation with Poland.

 


 
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