Romania: Analysis & Policy Implications of the Parliamentary Elections

On Sunday, Romanian voters went to the polls to elect members of the country’s two-chamber Parliament: the Senate (upper house) and the Chamber of Deputies (lower house). While the opposition Social Democratic Party (PSD) received the largest share of the vote, the ruling National Liberal Party (PNL) looks set to stay in power and form a new government coalition, joined by two other centre-right parties.

Please click on the following link for the more detailed analysis of the election results, the likely make-up of the future governing coalition, and its potential implications for international investors prepared by GCA member Kesarev – https://kesarev.partners/insight_20201208

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Throttling of Twitter in Russia

On March 16 Russia’s Internet watchdog Roskomnadzor (RKN) stated that it is ready to impose a full blocking on Twitter in Russia within one month

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Coalition Crisis in Slovakia

Slovakia’s ruling multi-party coalition has been plunged into a full-scale political crisis after Prime Minister Igor Matovič singlehandedly moved to acquire the Russian-made Sputnik V

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Post-Election Crisis In Georgia

Analysis and Implications After the Crackdown On the Georgian Opposition The political impasse in Georgia between the country’s ruling Georgian Dream party (GD) and its

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