Il processo di transizione rumeno tra prospettive democratiche e rigurgiti autoritari


The following article scrutinizes the transitional process occurred in the Central and Eastern Europe at the end of the 20th century, that is to say the path of change that led the former communist states from authoritarian regimes to democratic governments. In particular, it tackles the Rumanian case, whose transition between communist rule and democratic government represents the longest and the most troubled one among the countries involved in this process. This article aims at determining whether a fairly smooth transition to democracy and its consequent institutional consolidation actually occurred in Romania or this is still just an ongoing and never-ending process

DOI Code: 10.1285/i22808949a2n1p297

Keywords: Democratic transition; Socialist law; Romania; The Romanian case

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