Ex president backs Oprea as Communist Crimes Institute head

Romania’s former president Emil Constantinescu, along with several NGOs, among which those run by Mugur Ciuvica and Zoe Petre, have harshly criticized the Government’s decision to merge the Institute for Memory of the Romanian Exile (INMER) and the Institute for Investigation of Communist Crimes in Romania (IICCR) into a single…...

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