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Southern European and Central American analogies (analogies at least on paper) have been cited to prove or disprove the virtues of one or the other system. In Eastern Europe, as elsewhere, the personal dimensionthe character, strength, and adroitness of the personalities involvedis also playing a dominant role: in the cases of Havel, for instance; ex-Polish President Lech Walesa; and, most meaningfully of all, President Kiro Gligorov in Macedonia. In 1994, President Berisha of Albania tried to increase his presidential powers by referendum, but he was rebuffed.
We have the same in New York City" is how one American luminary dismissed the subject. The third internal danger is less spectacular but could be just as profound: governing institutional confusion and impotence, the need to fix precedence, powers, and relationships among presidencies, executives, and legislatures. That need has been discussed by theorists and wrangled over continuously since 1989. Southern European and Central American analogies (analogies at least on paper) have been cited to prove or disprove the virtues of one or the other system.
But in the end, it was a victory for common sense, compromise, and courage. And most of the Hungarian minority in Romania thought it was better than nothing. A good example of a problem by no means solved but at least contained. Page 8 GOING WEST The Hungarian-Romanian treaty also reflected Western influence. Western acceptance (or, more likely, Western rejection) concentrated the minds wonderfully. But, in a case like that, Western follow-up is essential. Romania must be kept true to the promises it has made.
The Omri Annual Survey of Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union, 1996: Forging Ahead, Falling Behind by Open Media Research Institute, J. F. Brown