The erosion of monolithic rule in Communist
Europe continues apace. Last week Hungary revealed that it was joining
Yugoslavia and Poland in abolishing the rigid list of unopposed
candidates in national elections. From now on, Hungarian voters will be
allowed a multiple choice of candidatesall of them, of course,
Communist Party members.
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