Czechs Never Valued EU Membership, Slovaks Learned to Respect It
13th January 2021
19th December 2019
Recent developments in Romania indicate that the country seems to be on a path of defending its rule of law and pro-European reputation. However, corruption, weak media and attacks on the rule of law continue to haunt Romania’s political system.
The recent re-election in November of President Klaus Iohannis, who has been a staunch defender of the rule of law, provides Romania with much-needed stability. Although Romania’s economy has been growing, the country is faced with multiple challenges, including an unstable political system, rampant corruption, an assault on the rule of law and declining media freedoms.