August 7, 2014

Johannis: Cohabitation is a non-transparent political barter, cooperation is something completely different
Aug 7, 2014

Johannis: Cohabitation is a non-transparent political barter, cooperation is something completely different.
Chairman of the newly established National Liberal Party Klaus Johannis said on Wednesday that as regards the President – Prime Minister relationship, he prefers cooperation to cohabitation, explaining that the latter represents ‘a political barter and the most non-transparent thing (...)
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