Semi-presidential system Rumania

Semi-presidential system Rumania - Cohabitation in...

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Cohabitation in semi-presidential regime: Romania During 1996-2000 mandate President: Emil Constantinescu (CDR) Prime Minister: Victor Ciorbea (1996-1998) (CDR) Radu Vasile (1999) (CDR)-for a couple of months Mugur Isarescu (1999-2000) (independent candidate) CDR= Democratic Romanian Coalition
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Cohabitation in semi-presidential regime: Romania Why did the Prime Minister Victor Ciorbea resign? By August 1998, the government had admitted that living standards were still falling, and announced the closing of 14 loss-making state enterprises. A government reshuffle was attempted, which plunged the coalition into a severe crisis once two key PD (Democratic Party) ministers resigned from the cabinet: The Minister of Foreign Affairs Adrian Severin of the Democratic Party resigned on December 23 after he claimed that some party leaders and media directors were working for foreign secret services. Another PD minister, Traian B
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