Romania has an apparent government but a less apparent Prime Minister.
On Sunday’s Parliamentary elections the clear winner was the Social Democratic Party (PSD). They secured 46% of the vote and along with their junior coalition partners – the Liberal Democratic Alliance – they hold a 52% majority.
The Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) will announce the final results on either Thursday of Friday. The new Parliament should convene next week.
Then Romania should have a Prime Minister. But, ...
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