18 April 2016 – THE WASHINGTON TIMES: Nicolae Ceausescu’s legacy reconsidered amid nostalgia for communism in Romania

THE WASHINGTON TIMES: A 2014 INSCOP Research poll — the last credible survey that asked the question — found that about 60.5 percent of Romanians believed they lived better under communism. But that nostalgia doesn’t reflect Romanians’ real political leanings, Mr. Ciupala said. Romanians don’t want to return the communists to power.

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