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December 14, 1991 | Associated Press
A new constitution containing guarantees of political and economic liberties took effect Friday, almost two years after the collapse of Romania's Communist leadership. Over the weekend, 77% of Romanians voted to give final approval to the document, according to a final ballot count released Friday. Approval by a simple majority of the population was needed for the document to take effect. Parliament earlier had ratified the constitution.
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December 14, 1991 | Associated Press
A new constitution containing guarantees of political and economic liberties took effect Friday, almost two years after the collapse of Romania's Communist leadership. Over the weekend, 77% of Romanians voted to give final approval to the document, according to a final ballot count released Friday. Approval by a simple majority of the population was needed for the document to take effect. Parliament earlier had ratified the constitution.
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December 9, 1991 | From Reuters
Many Romanians shunned polling stations Sunday, turning their backs on a national vote called to endorse a new constitution that formally turns the country into a multi-party presidential republic. It was the second time Romanians had voted freely since four decades of one-party Communist rule ended almost two years ago with the overthrow of dictator Nicolae Ceausescu.
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December 9, 1991 | From Reuters
Many Romanians shunned polling stations Sunday, turning their backs on a national vote called to endorse a new constitution that formally turns the country into a multi-party presidential republic. It was the second time Romanians had voted freely since four decades of one-party Communist rule ended almost two years ago with the overthrow of dictator Nicolae Ceausescu.
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