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Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) as seen during several encounters alongside the electoral campaign. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, kicked off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less talk “in front of

Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) as seen during several encounters alongside the electoral campaign. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, kicked off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less talk “in front of about 10,000 supporters in central Bucharest. Iohannis, 55, is the presidential candidate of the ACL composed of the two main opposition parties, the liberal (PNL) and the liberal-democrats (PDL). According to several surveys, it is best placed to reach the second round of this scrutiny (on November 16), when he would face the Social Democratic Prime Minister Victor Ponta.

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in a book signing event dedicated exclusively to women, as seen in Bucharest on October 13, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less talk “in front of about 10,000 supporters in central Bucharest. Iohannis, 55, is the presidential candidate of the ACL composed of the two main opposition parties, the liberal (PNL) and the liberal-democrats (PDL). According to several surveys, it is best placed to reach the second round of this scrutiny (on November 16), when he would face the Social Democratic Prime Minister Victor Ponta.

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in a book signing event dedicated exclusively to women, as seen in Bucharest on October 13, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less talk “in front of about 10,000 supporters in central Bucharest. Iohannis, 55, is the presidential candidate of the ACL composed of the two main opposition parties, the liberal (PNL) and the liberal-democrats (PDL). According to several surveys, it is best placed to reach the second round of this scrutiny (on November 16), when he would face the Social Democratic Prime Minister Victor Ponta.

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in a book signing event dedicated exclusively to women, as seen in Bucharest on October 13, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in an electoral meeting in Ploiesti on October, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less talk “in front of about 10,000 supporters in central Bucharest. Iohannis, 55, is the presidential candidate of the ACL composed of the two main opposition parties, the liberal (PNL) and the liberal-democrats (PDL). According to several surveys, it is best placed to reach the second round of this scrutiny (on November 16), when he would face the Social Democratic Prime Minister Victor Ponta.

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in an electoral meeting in Ploiesti on October, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in an electoral meeting in Ploiesti on October, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less talk “in front of about 10,000 supporters in central Bucharest. Iohannis, 55, is the presidential candidate of the ACL composed of the two main opposition parties, the liberal (PNL) and the liberal-democrats (PDL). According to several surveys, it is best placed to reach the second round of this scrutiny (on November 16), when he would face the Social Democratic Prime Minister Victor Ponta.

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in an electoral meeting in Ploiesti on October, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in a book signing event dedicated exclusively to women, as seen in Bucharest on October 13, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less talk “in front of about 10,000 supporters in central Bucharest. Iohannis, 55, is the presidential candidate of the ACL composed of the two main opposition parties, the liberal (PNL) and the liberal-democrats (PDL). According to several surveys, it is best placed to reach the second round of this scrutiny (on November 16), when he would face the Social Democratic Prime Minister Victor Ponta.

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in a book signing event dedicated exclusively to women, as seen in Bucharest on October 13, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in an electoral meeting in Ploiesti on October, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less talk “in front of about 10,000 supporters in central Bucharest. Iohannis, 55, is the presidential candidate of the ACL composed of the two main opposition parties, the liberal (PNL) and the liberal-democrats (PDL). According to several surveys, it is best placed to reach the second round of this scrutiny (on November 16), when he would face the Social Democratic Prime Minister Victor Ponta.

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in an electoral meeting in Ploiesti on October, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in an electoral meeting in Ploiesti on October, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less talk “in front of about 10,000 supporters in central Bucharest. Iohannis, 55, is the presidential candidate of the ACL composed of the two main opposition parties, the liberal (PNL) and the liberal-democrats (PDL). According to several surveys, it is best placed to reach the second round of this scrutiny (on November 16), when he would face the Social Democratic Prime Minister Victor Ponta.

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in an electoral meeting in Ploiesti on October, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in a book signing event dedicated exclusively to women, as seen in Bucharest on October 13, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less talk “in front of about 10,000 supporters in central Bucharest. Iohannis, 55, is the presidential candidate of the ACL composed of the two main opposition parties, the liberal (PNL) and the liberal-democrats (PDL). According to several surveys, it is best placed to reach the second round of this scrutiny (on November 16), when he would face the Social Democratic Prime Minister Victor Ponta.

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in a book signing event dedicated exclusively to women, as seen in Bucharest on October 13, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in a book signing event dedicated exclusively to women, as seen in Bucharest on October 13, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less talk “in front of about 10,000 supporters in central Bucharest. Iohannis, 55, is the presidential candidate of the ACL composed of the two main opposition parties, the liberal (PNL) and the liberal-democrats (PDL). According to several surveys, it is best placed to reach the second round of this scrutiny (on November 16), when he would face the Social Democratic Prime Minister Victor Ponta.

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in a book signing event dedicated exclusively to women, as seen in Bucharest on October 13, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in a book signing event dedicated exclusively to women, as seen in Bucharest on October 13, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less talk “in front of about 10,000 supporters in central Bucharest. Iohannis, 55, is the presidential candidate of the ACL composed of the two main opposition parties, the liberal (PNL) and the liberal-democrats (PDL). According to several surveys, it is best placed to reach the second round of this scrutiny (on November 16), when he would face the Social Democratic Prime Minister Victor Ponta.

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in a book signing event dedicated exclusively to women, as seen in Bucharest on October 13, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less talk “in front of about 10,000 supporters in central Bucharest. Iohannis, 55, is the presidential candidate of the ACL composed of the two main opposition parties, the liberal (PNL) and the liberal-democrats (PDL). According to several surveys, it is best placed to reach the second round of this scrutiny (on November 16), when he would face the Social Democratic Prime Minister Victor Ponta.

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in a book signing event dedicated exclusively to women, as seen in Bucharest on October 13, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in a book signing event dedicated exclusively to women, as seen in Bucharest on October 13, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less talk “in front of about 10,000 supporters in central Bucharest. Iohannis, 55, is the presidential candidate of the ACL composed of the two main opposition parties, the liberal (PNL) and the liberal-democrats (PDL). According to several surveys, it is best placed to reach the second round of this scrutiny (on November 16), when he would face the Social Democratic Prime Minister Victor Ponta.

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in a book signing event dedicated exclusively to women, as seen in Bucharest on October 13, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: The briefcase of Klaus Iohannis, leader of Romania’s centre-right Liberals and mayor of the Transylvanian city of Sibiu, as seen in his office in Bucharest, Romania, on Thursday, October 28, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has enjoyed a comfortable lead over 13 other candidates and looks set to face 55-year-old liberal Klaus Iohannis, from the German-speaking minority, in a second round on November 16.The elections are seen as crucial for Romania, as well as central Europe, at a time when democracy has suffered setbacks in some neighboring countries, such as Hungary, and as the Ukraine crisis has shaken relations between the European Union and Russia.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: The briefcase of Klaus Iohannis, leader of Romania’s centre-right Liberals and mayor of the Transylvanian city of Sibiu, as seen in his office in Bucharest, Romania, on Thursday, October 28, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis (L) and his counter candidate, the Romania premier Victor Ponta (R), taking part in the first televised debate, as seen in Bucharest on November 11, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has enjoyed a comfortable lead over 13 other candidates and looks set to face 55-year-old liberal Klaus Iohannis, from the German-speaking minority, in a second round on November 16.The elections are seen as crucial for Romania, as well as central Europe, at a time when democracy has suffered setbacks in some neighboring countries, such as Hungary, and as the Ukraine crisis has shaken relations between the European Union and Russia.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis (L) and his counter candidate, the Romania premier Victor Ponta (R), taking part in the first televised debate, as seen in Bucharest on November 11, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: A man shouts a slogan during a protest against Romanian prime minister and presidential candidate Victor Ponta as seen in Bucharest on November 8, 2014. Thousands of Romanians took to the streets Saturday in major cities in Romania, calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Victor Ponta, favourite to win a presidency runoff this weekend, after a scandal over Romanians prevented from voting abroad

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: A man shouts a slogan during a protest against Romanian prime minister and presidential candidate Victor Ponta as seen in Bucharest on November 8, 2014. Thousands of Romanians took to the streets Saturday in major cities in Romania, calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Victor Ponta, favourite to win a presidency runoff

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest : Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis and his wife Carmen Iohannis casting their ballot at a voting station in Sibiu on November 2, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has enjoyed a comfortable lead over 13 other candidates and looks set to face 55-year-old liberal Klaus Iohannis, from the German-speaking minority, in a second round on November 16.The elections are seen as crucial for Romania, as well as central Europe, at a time when democracy has suffered setbacks in some neighboring countries, such as Hungary, and as the Ukraine crisis has shaken relations between the European Union and Russia.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest : Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis and his wife Carmen Iohannis casting their ballot at a voting station in Sibiu on November 2, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis preparing to meet his counter candidate, the Romania premier Victor Ponta, in the second televised debate, as seen in Bucharest on November 12, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has enjoyed a comfortable lead over 13 other candidates and looks set to face 55-year-old liberal Klaus Iohannis, from the German-speaking minority, in a second round on November 16.The elections are seen as crucial for Romania, as well as central Europe, at a time when democracy has suffered setbacks in some neighboring countries, such as Hungary, and as the Ukraine crisis has shaken relations between the European Union and Russia.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis preparing to meet his counter candidate, the Romania premier Victor Ponta, in the second televised debate, as seen in Bucharest on November 12, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis (R) preparing to meet his counter candidate, the Romania premier Victor Ponta (not seen), in the second televised debate, as seen in Bucharest on November 12, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has enjoyed a comfortable lead over 13 other candidates and looks set to face 55-year-old liberal Klaus Iohannis, from the German-speaking minority, in a second round on November 16.The elections are seen as crucial for Romania, as well as central Europe, at a time when democracy has suffered setbacks in some neighboring countries, such as Hungary, and as the Ukraine crisis has shaken relations between the European Union and Russia.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis (R) preparing to meet his counter candidate, the Romania premier Victor Ponta (not seen), in the second televised debate, as seen in Bucharest on November 12, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected,

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis preparing to meet his counter candidate, the Romania premier Victor Ponta (L), in the second televised debate, as seen in Bucharest on November 12, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has enjoyed a comfortable lead over 13 other candidates and looks set to face 55-year-old liberal Klaus Iohannis, from the German-speaking minority, in a second round on November 16.The elections are seen as crucial for Romania, as well as central Europe, at a time when democracy has suffered setbacks in some neighboring countries, such as Hungary, and as the Ukraine crisis has shaken relations between the European Union and Russia.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis preparing to meet his counter candidate, the Romania premier Victor Ponta (L), in the second televised debate, as seen in Bucharest on November 12, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would

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    ROMANIA, Sibiu: Little boy looks out the window of the catholic cathedral in downtown Sibiu were the opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis attends the Sunday Mass, as seen in Sibiu on November 2, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has enjoyed a comfortable lead over 13 other candidates and looks set to face 55-year-old liberal Klaus Iohannis, from the German-speaking minority, in a second round on November 16.The elections are seen as crucial for Romania, as well as central Europe, at a time when democracy has suffered setbacks in some neighboring countries, such as Hungary, and as the Ukraine crisis has shaken relations between the European Union and Russia.

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    ROMANIA, Sibiu: Little boy looks out the window of the catholic cathedral in downtown Sibiu were the opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis attends the Sunday Mass, as seen in Sibiu on November 2, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected,

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis preparing to meet his counter candidate, the Romania premier Victor Ponta, in the second televised debate, as seen in Bucharest on November 12, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has enjoyed a comfortable lead over 13 other candidates and looks set to face 55-year-old liberal Klaus Iohannis, from the German-speaking minority, in a second round on November 16.The elections are seen as crucial for Romania, as well as central Europe, at a time when democracy has suffered setbacks in some neighboring countries, such as Hungary, and as the Ukraine crisis has shaken relations between the European Union and Russia.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis preparing to meet his counter candidate, the Romania premier Victor Ponta, in the second televised debate, as seen in Bucharest on November 12, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Victor Ponta, the Romanian premier and left wing leader, flanked by his wife Daciana Sarbu (L) and Gabriela Vranceanu Firea (R), preparing to meet his counter candidate, the opposition leader Klaus Iohannis (not seen), in the second televised debate, as seen in Bucharest on November 12, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has enjoyed a comfortable lead over 13 other candidates and looks set to face 55-year-old liberal Klaus Iohannis, from the German-speaking minority, in a second round on November 16.The elections are seen as crucial for Romania, as well as central Europe, at a time when democracy has suffered setbacks in some neighboring countries, such as Hungary, and as the Ukraine crisis has shaken relations between the European Union and Russia.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Victor Ponta, the Romanian premier and left wing leader, flanked by his wife Daciana Sarbu (L) and Gabriela Vranceanu Firea (R), preparing to meet his counter candidate, the opposition leader Klaus Iohannis (not seen), in the second televised debate, as seen in Bucharest on November 12, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Klaus Iohannis, leader of Romania’s centre-right Liberals and mayor of the Transylvanian city of Sibiu, smiles during an interview with The Associated Press in Bucharest, Romania, Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014. Iohannis says Romania made important progress in the past 10 years in the fight against corruption and the independence of the justice system, but needs to change the style of the political debate. The ethnic German mayor is running against Prime Minister Victor Ponta in the Presidential Election runoff, on Nov. 16. Ponta, a former prosecutor, led Iohannis by 10 points in the first-round voting on Nov. 2, and polls indicate Ponta is likely to win, despite corruption probes and convictions of some of Ponta’s senior aides.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Klaus Iohannis, leader of Romania’s centre-right Liberals and mayor of the Transylvanian city of Sibiu, smiles during an interview with The Associated Press in Bucharest, Romania, Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014. Iohannis says Romania made important progress in the past 10 years in the fight against corruption and the independence of the justice system,

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in an electoral meeting in Ploiesti on October, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less talk “in front of about 10,000 supporters in central Bucharest. Iohannis, 55, is the presidential candidate of the ACL composed of the two main opposition parties, the liberal (PNL) and the liberal-democrats (PDL). According to several surveys, it is best placed to reach the second round of this scrutiny (on November 16), when he would face the Social Democratic Prime Minister Victor Ponta.

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in an electoral meeting in Ploiesti on October, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Romanian independent candidate Monica Macovei (not seen), former minister of justice, attending a press conference organised by Andrei Ursu on his seventh day of hunger strike as a protest against the justice system that fails to bring to justice those responsible for killing his father, an alleged victim of the former communist regime, as seen in Bucharest on October 29, 2014.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Romanian independent candidate Monica Macovei (not seen), former minister of justice, attending a press conference organised by Andrei Ursu on his seventh day of hunger strike as a protest against the justice system that fails to bring to justice those responsible for killing his father, an alleged victim of the former communist regime,

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis getting in his car after confronting his counter candidate, the Romania premier Victor Ponta, in the first televised debate, as seen in Bucharest on November 11, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has enjoyed a comfortable lead over 13 other candidates and looks set to face 55-year-old liberal Klaus Iohannis, from the German-speaking minority, in a second round on November 16.The elections are seen as crucial for Romania, as well as central Europe, at a time when democracy has suffered setbacks in some neighboring countries, such as Hungary, and as the Ukraine crisis has shaken relations between the European Union and Russia.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis getting in his car after confronting his counter candidate, the Romania premier Victor Ponta, in the first televised debate, as seen in Bucharest on November 11, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected,

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Romania’s presidential candidate Prime Minister Victor Ponta leaving the TV Station after a TV debate with presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis, as seen in Bucharest on November 12, 2014. Leftist Ponta is widely expected to win the presidential election in a November 16 run-off vote against Iohannis, an ethnic German mayor backed by two centre-right parties, trumpeting his record of easing austerity and cutting some taxes in his two years in office.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Romania’s presidential candidate Prime Minister Victor Ponta leaving the TV Station after a TV debate with presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis, as seen in Bucharest on November 12, 2014. Leftist Ponta is widely expected to win the presidential election in a November 16 run-off vote against Iohannis, an ethnic German mayor backed by two

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Journalists look by as the Romania’s presidential candidate Prime Minister Victor Ponta drives off in his car after a TV debate with presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis, as seen in Bucharest on November 12, 2014. Leftist Ponta is widely expected to win the presidential election in a November 16 run-off vote against Iohannis, an ethnic German mayor backed by two centre-right parties, trumpeting his record of easing austerity and cutting some taxes in his two years in office.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Journalists look by as the Romania’s presidential candidate Prime Minister Victor Ponta drives off in his car after a TV debate with presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis, as seen in Bucharest on November 12, 2014. Leftist Ponta is widely expected to win the presidential election in a November 16 run-off vote against Iohannis, an

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest : Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis and his wife Carmen Iohannis returning home after casting their ballot at a voting station in Sibiu on November 2, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has enjoyed a comfortable lead over 13 other candidates and looks set to face 55-year-old liberal Klaus Iohannis, from the German-speaking minority, in a second round on November 16.The elections are seen as crucial for Romania, as well as central Europe, at a time when democracy has suffered setbacks in some neighboring countries, such as Hungary, and as the Ukraine crisis has shaken relations between the European Union and Russia.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest : Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis and his wife Carmen Iohannis returning home after casting their ballot at a voting station in Sibiu on November 2, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest : Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis and his wife Carmen Iohannis attending Sunday Mass in Sibiu on November 2, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has enjoyed a comfortable lead over 13 other candidates and looks set to face 55-year-old liberal Klaus Iohannis, from the German-speaking minority, in a second round on November 16.The elections are seen as crucial for Romania, as well as central Europe, at a time when democracy has suffered setbacks in some neighboring countries, such as Hungary, and as the Ukraine crisis has shaken relations between the European Union and Russia.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest : Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis and his wife Carmen Iohannis attending Sunday Mass in Sibiu on November 2, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: High ranking PNL and PDL party members awaiting for the exit polls results at the end of the voting day, as seen in Bucharest on November 2, 2014.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: High ranking PNL and PDL party members awaiting for the exit polls results at the end of the voting day, as seen in Bucharest on November 2, 2014.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Klaus Iohannis, leader of Romania’s centre-right Liberals and mayor of the Transylvanian city of Sibiu, smiles during an interview with The Associated Press in Bucharest, Romania, Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014. Iohannis says Romania made important progress in the past 10 years in the fight against corruption and the independence of the justice system, but needs to change the style of the political debate. The ethnic German mayor is running against Prime Minister Victor Ponta in the Presidential Election runoff, on Nov. 16. Ponta, a former prosecutor, led Iohannis by 10 points in the first-round voting on Nov. 2, and polls indicate Ponta is likely to win, despite corruption probes and convictions of some of Ponta’s senior aides.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Klaus Iohannis, leader of Romania’s centre-right Liberals and mayor of the Transylvanian city of Sibiu, smiles during an interview with The Associated Press in Bucharest, Romania, Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014. Iohannis says Romania made important progress in the past 10 years in the fight against corruption and the independence of the justice system,

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in an electoral meeting in Ploiesti on October, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less talk “in front of about 10,000 supporters in central Bucharest. Iohannis, 55, is the presidential candidate of the ACL composed of the two main opposition parties, the liberal (PNL) and the liberal-democrats (PDL). According to several surveys, it is best placed to reach the second round of this scrutiny (on November 16), when he would face the Social Democratic Prime Minister Victor Ponta.

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in an electoral meeting in Ploiesti on October, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in an electoral meeting in Ploiesti on October, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less talk “in front of about 10,000 supporters in central Bucharest. Iohannis, 55, is the presidential candidate of the ACL composed of the two main opposition parties, the liberal (PNL) and the liberal-democrats (PDL). According to several surveys, it is best placed to reach the second round of this scrutiny (on November 16), when he would face the Social Democratic Prime Minister Victor Ponta.

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    Klaus Iohannis, candidate for presidency of Romania from the Christian Liberal Alliance (ACL) takes part in an electoral meeting in Ploiesti on October, 2014. The leader of the rightwing opposition Klaus Iohannis, member of the German minority, gave Saturday kick off his campaign for the presidential election of November 2, promising “more action and less

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Victor Ponta, the Romanian premier and left wing leader preparing to meet his counter candidate, the opposition leader Klaus Iohannis (not seen), in the second televised debate, as seen in Bucharest on November 12, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has enjoyed a comfortable lead over 13 other candidates and looks set to face 55-year-old liberal Klaus Iohannis, from the German-speaking minority, in a second round on November 16.The elections are seen as crucial for Romania, as well as central Europe, at a time when democracy has suffered setbacks in some neighboring countries, such as Hungary, and as the Ukraine crisis has shaken relations between the European Union and Russia.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest: Victor Ponta, the Romanian premier and left wing leader preparing to meet his counter candidate, the opposition leader Klaus Iohannis (not seen), in the second televised debate, as seen in Bucharest on November 12, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta looked set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears

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    ROMANIA, Sibiu: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis and his wife Carmen Iohannis arriving at the voting station in Sibiu on November 16, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta won the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has enjoyed a comfortable lead over 13 other candidates and is facing the 55-year-old liberal Klaus Iohannis, from the German-speaking minority, in a second round on November 16. The elections are seen as crucial for Romania, as well as central Europe, at a time when democracy has suffered setbacks in some neighboring countries, such as Hungary, and as the Ukraine crisis has shaken relations between the European Union and Russia.

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    ROMANIA, Sibiu: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis and his wife Carmen Iohannis arriving at the voting station in Sibiu on November 16, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta won the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has enjoyed a

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    ROMANIA, Sibiu: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis and his wife Carmen Iohannis casting their ballot at a voting station in Sibiu on November 16, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta won the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has enjoyed a comfortable lead over 13 other candidates and is facing the 55-year-old liberal Klaus Iohannis, from the German-speaking minority, in a second round on November 16. The elections are seen as crucial for Romania, as well as central Europe, at a time when democracy has suffered setbacks in some neighboring countries, such as Hungary, and as the Ukraine crisis has shaken relations between the European Union and Russia.

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    ROMANIA, Sibiu: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis and his wife Carmen Iohannis casting their ballot at a voting station in Sibiu on November 16, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta won the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has

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    ROMANIA, Sibiu: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis and his wife Carmen Iohannis casting their ballot at a voting station in Sibiu on November 16, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta won the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has enjoyed a comfortable lead over 13 other candidates and is facing the 55-year-old liberal Klaus Iohannis, from the German-speaking minority, in a second round on November 16. The elections are seen as crucial for Romania, as well as central Europe, at a time when democracy has suffered setbacks in some neighboring countries, such as Hungary, and as the Ukraine crisis has shaken relations between the European Union and Russia.

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    ROMANIA, Sibiu: Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis and his wife Carmen Iohannis casting their ballot at a voting station in Sibiu on November 16, 2014. Prime minister Victor Ponta won the first round of presidential elections in Romania amid fears that, if elected, he would rein in the justice system. The 42-year-old centre-left politician has

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest : Opposition’s presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis in his car, shortly after exit polls of the second round of Romania’s presidential elections were announced in Bucharest on November 16, 2014. Iohannis won the elections. Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta on November 16 conceded defeat in a presidential runoff he had been widely expected to win, after early exit polls showed he was neck-and-neck with his conservative opponent Klaus Iohannis. Romanians voted on Sunday to choose their next president, with Prime Minister Victor Ponta the overwhelming favorite to win despite fears he could roll back reforms. The election is seen as pivotal for one of the poorest countries in Europe which has struggled to combat an entrenched culture of public corruption.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest : Opposition’s presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis in his car, shortly after exit polls of the second round of Romania’s presidential elections were announced in Bucharest on November 16, 2014. Iohannis won the elections. Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta on November 16 conceded defeat in a presidential runoff he had been widely expected to

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest : People waving Romania’s national flags celebrate the victory of conservative presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis in downtown Bucharest on November 16, 2014. Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta on November 16 conceded defeat in a presidential runoff he had been widely expected to win, after early exit polls showed he was neck-and-neck with his conservative opponent Klaus Iohannis.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest : People waving Romania’s national flags celebrate the victory of conservative presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis in downtown Bucharest on November 16, 2014. Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta on November 16 conceded defeat in a presidential runoff he had been widely expected to win, after early exit polls showed he was neck-and-neck with his

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest : Opposition’s presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis returning from Sibiu enters the National Liberla Party Headquarters, moments before the first exit polls of the second round of Romania’s presidential elections were announced in Bucharest on November 16, 2014. Iohannis won the elections. Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta on November 16 conceded defeat in a presidential runoff he had been widely expected to win, after early exit polls showed he was neck-and-neck with his conservative opponent Klaus Iohannis. Romanians voted on Sunday to choose their next president, with Prime Minister Victor Ponta the overwhelming favorite to win despite fears he could roll back reforms. The election is seen as pivotal for one of the poorest countries in Europe which has struggled to combat an entrenched culture of public corruption.

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    ROMANIA, Bucharest : Opposition’s presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis returning from Sibiu enters the National Liberla Party Headquarters, moments before the first exit polls of the second round of Romania’s presidential elections were announced in Bucharest on November 16, 2014. Iohannis won the elections. Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta on November 16 conceded defeat in a

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