Earlier this month, Romania’s PSD-led government succeeded in having the country’s leading anti-corruption prosecutor fired, and then launched a violent crackdown on street demonstrations that had been going on for more than 20 months. Roland Clark surveys the fractured state of Romania’s democracy.
is a Lecturer in History at the University of Liverpool. He is a specialist in the history of fascism in interwar Romania. He also writes about anti-communist resistance movements; gulags in communist Romania; theology and nationalism; lived religion; visionaries; sectarianism; and the history of the Romanian Orthodox Church.