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Published on Dec 10, 2012

Romania's center-left party has won up to sixty percent of the votes in Sunday's parliamentary election. The result puts pressure on the country's President to reappoint his foe, the leader of the Social Liberal Union, Prime Minister Victor Ponta.Al Jazeera's Peter Sharp reports, the rivalry could distract from acquiring badly needed international aid.

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