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By Roxana – Elena Sava, Correspondent in Romania

These are exciting times to live in Romania. It is a wonderful country – and this is true, whether you give the sentence an ironical twist or not. The last month has been full of events in the political life.

More precisely, we had elections. Parliamentary as well as Presidential. The two strongest forces competing for the majority and for the Presidential chair were: the Union between the Social-Democrat Party and the Humanist Party of Romania, on one hand, and the Alliance between the Democrat Party and the National Liberal Party, on the other.


(JERUSALEM) - Talk! Not shoot. Talk! Not kill. The two new leaderships, Sharon and Abbas, must move fast, winter storms can shut this fragile window forever. For the first time in the Arab Middle East a leader gets only 62% of the votes and not over 95%.

For the first time – true democratic elections, despite unbearable conditions of people under occupation. The Palestinians proved not only to Israel, but to the Arabs and the entire world as well that this is possible.

A candidate who is not very charismatic, rather old and not so much attached to his people – Mahmud Abbas, known as Abu Ma’zen held an intensive election campaign against 5 more competitors and won the trust of his people.