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THE PROCESS OF BECOMING EUROPEAN OF THE ROMANIAN ECONOMY IN THE VISION OF THE POSTDECEMBRIST PARTIES
THE PROCESS OF BECOMING EUROPEAN OF THE ROMANIAN ECONOMY IN THE VISION OF THE POSTDECEMBRIST PARTIES

Author(s): Gabriel Moisa
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences
Published by: Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai
Keywords: Romanian economy; post-communist; National Salvation Front; Democratic Agrarian Party of Romania; political programmes; Romanian political party / parties;

Summary/Abstract: In the following notes we are going to examine the way in which two newly created parties from post-communist Romania have gathered, at a declarative level, in their political programmes ways of making the Romanian economy compatible with those of Western countries. We have chosen two parties on purpose –The National Salvation Front and The Democratic Agrarian Party of Romania – regarded by specialists in the Romanian political phenomenon as obviously dating before 1989, in order to analyze the manner in which they understood, at the beginning of the ‘90, to take steps in providing Romania with a capitalist economic background like the one in the Western countries. Many of the ideologists of such economic ideas from these parties were the same persons as those supporting the idea of a centralized economy before 1989. It is not our intention to discuss here the fit or unfit relationship between the political programmes and the real events. In the first and a half decade of the post-communist era the results were obvious, as long as the two parties- first of all The National Salvation Front, but The Democratic Agrarian Party of Romania too, have led the country.

  • Issue Year: 53/2008
  • Issue No: 3
  • Page Range: 91-100
  • Page Count: 10
  • Language: English