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Monday, January 10, 2005
A Financial Times article has some very hard critics on Mr. Voiculescu, leader of the Humanist Party (PUR).
"during the 1980s he ran a Lebanese-owned, Cyprus-based import-export company from Bucharest. Foreign trade in those days, says Securitate historian Mihai Pelin, was controlled exclusively by the Securitate and Mr Voiculescu has been dogged by accusations ever since".
"To many Romanians, Mr Voiculescu represents everything that has gone wrong with business and politics in this Balkan country in the 15 years since the fall of the Ceausescu dictatorship."
"More worrying is the Humanist party. In the new coalition, Mr Voiculescu was allowed to name two senior officials, including minister of economics."
Posted by Mihai Botea : 1/10/2005 07:12:00 pm
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