Romanians debate proposed draft constitution

A proposed new Romanian constitution that reduces the powers of the president is stirring debate in Bucharest, less than a year after the ruling Social-Liberal Union (USL) coalition tried to impeach President Traian Basescu during the worst political crisis in the country’s post-communist history.

The draft constitution has a number of controversial provisions, including those placing significant limits on the executive’s powers. For example, the president must appoint a prime minister proposed by the party that receives the most votes in an election.

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