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Friday, December 10, 2004
On the Romanian Academic Society' website you can find the new report on the November 2004 election. http://www.sar.org.ro/files_h/docs/publications_pr/Policy%20memo12-en.pdf
"We do not know how big the fraud was in Romanian elections.
What we do know and can prove is that fraud did exist, and in more than one type.
What we also know is that the possibility to avoid fraud was willingly implanted in the electoral legislation, and that the reason we do not know much about this fraud is that political will was used not to investigate the fraud, but prevent any investigation into it.
The backup systems which operate where rule of law exists did not work in Romania due to severe politicization of the judiciary. "
Posted by Iulia Rasoiu : 12/10/2004 09:18:00 am
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