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Romania / Protests #333220

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 14, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Criticism by spokesman for President Bush of government-inspired vigilante violence in Romania noted.

(Bucharest: Betsy Aaron) Use of club-wielding coal miners, called in by President Ion Iliescu, to control capital of Romania featured; scenes shown from Bucharest, Romania, of miners clubbing citizens on day after police broke up an anti-government demonstration. [Two ROMANIANS - (thru translator) talk about situation.] Criticism of Iliescu-style democracy noted. [University of London Dennis DELATANTE - says the short-term future for democracy is grim.] Anarchy and fear in the streets of Bucharest reiterated.

Aaron, Betsy;
Rather, Dan

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