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2 (London: SSEES, 1998), pp. 173–92; and also Deletant in this volume. ‘Presidency Rebuts Senator’s “Slander” over 1989 Revolution’, BBC-SWB, EE/2490, 19 Dec. 1995, B/2. S¸. Sa˘ndulescu, Decembrie ’89: lovitura de stat a conﬁscat revolutia romana (Bucharest: Editura Ziua, 1996). ‘Opposition Parties Boycott 1989 Revolution Commemoration’, BBC-SWB, EE/3110, 24 Dec. 1997, B/3. For this polarization see A. Musetescu, ‘Romania: the Emergence of a Pluralist Political System, Challenges and Crises, 1989–1994’, in I.
However, a reversal of roles, with a Senator of the National Peasant Christian Democrat Party (PNT¸CD), Valentin Gabrielescu, taking over as chairman, merely meant that the charges have ﬂowed in the opposite direction with Gabrielescu being accused by the PDSR of ‘slandering the Romanian revolution, of distorting deeds and of launching charges which can bring about penal responsibility’. 7 Another PNT¸CD member of the Commission, S¸erban The Revolution after the Revolution 17 Sa˘ndulescu, has published excerpts from the Commission’s proceedings.
25 The revolution has long posed particular problems for the army, as it understandably wished to downplay its role in the initial suppression of the demonstrations against Ceaus¸escu in favour of emphasizing its switch to the side of the revolution after his overthrow. This stance was apparently determined both by the need of the army as an institution to preserve its patriotic role as the guardian of the nation’s interests and by the desire of individual senior ofﬁcers to avoid prosecution. The army’s reluctance to permit a closer scrutiny of the revolution was also shared by many senior members of the FSN/FDSN/PDSR either because they were equally compromised by the events, or because they recognized the necessity of bolstering the legitimacy of the ultimate power-broker.
Post-Communist Romania: Coming to Terms with Transition by Duncan and David Phinnemore (eds.). Light