Romania STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONING OF THE GOVERNMENT
Sources: The Library of Congress Country Studies; CIA World Factbook
New civic center in Satu Mare
In 1989 the major institutions of the central government were the GNA, the State Council, the office of president of the republic, the Council of Ministers, and the court system. The president was elected by the GNA for the duration of a legislative period and remained in office until a successor was elected during the next legislative period.
Data as of July 1989
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