Politics

7 June 2004
Silenced and Hungry Premium
Belarus’ leading opposition figures go on hunger strike after parliament refuses to listen to calls for electoral change.
By Dzmitry Markusheuski
 
7 June 2004
Semi-Democracy Premium
The latest Ukrainian election has gone better than some had feared.
By Ivan Kolos
 
7 June 2004
Social Dems Take the Country Premium
Although beaten in Bucharest and other cities, the ruling Social Democrats consolidate their hold on local politics.
By Razvan Amariei
 
7 June 2004
Trojan Horse or Rebel With a Cause? Premium
A prominent presidential loyalist takes up with the opposition in Kyrgyzstan.
By Mila Ivleva
 
Andrzej Lepper
7 June 2004
The Date Game Premium
Andrzej Lepper’s euroskeptic Self-Defense party will clean up in upcoming European Parliament elections, but the political elite is more concerned about limiting the damage in parliamentary elections at home.
By Wojciech Kosc
 

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