Winning an election and being able to govern are two very different things, and the case of Bulgarian folk singer cum politician Slavi Trifonov proves just that: since winning the July elections, he has been unable – and perhaps unwilling – to cobble together a workable coalition. One day ahead of the vote to confirm […]
Who wins elections is becoming increasingly less important, as the victor will want to, or will have to, carry out the will of uncontrollable lobbies and companies or foreign governments, writes Polish historian and columnist Jerzy Targalski
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