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ROMANIA-POLITICS/POPULISM
RTR3AVDU
November 25, 2012
Posters of media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu are seen on a table with toys for sale during a campaign...
Targu Jiu, Romania
Posters of media entrepreneur Diaconescu are seen on a table with toys for sale during a campaign rally...
Posters of media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu are seen on a table with toys for sale during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December parliamentary election in Targu Jiu, 300 km west of Bucharest, November 25, 2012. Diaconescu, 44, who calls himself "Romania's next president" on his nightly television show, is running for a parliament seat in the impoverished mining town of Targu Jiu in southcentral Romania against leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta, whose alliance is favourite to win the election. But if the vote is split, Diaconescu, whose less than two-year-old populist party promises steep tax cuts and has poll ratings of about 14 percent, could become the kingmaker. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
ROMANIA-POLITICS/POPULISM
RTR3AVDJ
November 25, 2012
A man holds a poster of media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's...
Targu Jiu, Romania
A man holds a poster of media entrepreneur Diaconescu during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December...
A man holds a poster of media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December parliamentary election in Targu Jiu, 300 km west of Bucharest, November 25, 2012. Diaconescu, 44, who calls himself "Romania's next president" on his nightly television show, is running for a parliament seat in the empoverished mining town of Targu Jiu in southcentral Romania against leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta, whose alliance is favourite to win the election. But if the vote is split, Diaconescu, whose less than two-year-old populist party promises steep tax cuts and has poll ratings of about 14 percent, could become the kingmaker. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
ROMANIA-POLITICS/POPULISM
RTR3AVDF
November 25, 2012
A man carrying a plush teddy bear walks past the headquarters of the Dan Diaconescu Popular Party (PP-DD)...
Targu Jiu, Romania
A man carrying a plush teddy bear walks past the headquarters of the Dan Diaconescu Popular Party (PP-DD)...
A man carrying a plush teddy bear walks past the headquarters of the Dan Diaconescu Popular Party (PP-DD) ahead of Romania's December parliamentary election in Targu Jiu, 300 km west of Bucharest, November 25, 2012. Media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu, 44, who calls himself "Romania's next president" on his nightly television show, is running for a parliament seat in the empoverished mining town of Targu Jiu in southcentral Romania against leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta, whose alliance is favourite to win the election. But if the vote is split, Diaconescu, whose less than two-year-old populist party promises steep tax cuts and has poll ratings of about 14 percent, could become the kingmaker. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
ROMANIA-POLITICS/POPULISM
RTR3AVDE
November 25, 2012
A woman takes a picture of her daughter next to the car of media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu during a...
Targu Jiu, Romania
A woman takes a picture of her daughter next to the car of media entrepreneur Diaconescu during a campaign...
A woman takes a picture of her daughter next to the car of media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December parliamentary election in Targu Jiu, 300 km west of Bucharest, November 25, 2012. Diaconescu, 44, who calls himself "Romania's next president" on his nightly television show, is running for a parliament seat in the empoverished mining town of Targu Jiu in southcentral Romania against leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta, whose alliance is favourite to win the election. But if the vote is split, Diaconescu, whose less than two-year-old populist party promises steep tax cuts and has poll ratings of about 14 percent, could become the kingmaker. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
ROMANIA-POLITICS/POPULISM
RTR3AVD9
November 25, 2012
Media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu gestures to his supporters during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's...
Targu Jiu, Romania
Media entrepreneur Diaconescu gestures to his supporters during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December...
Media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu gestures to his supporters during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December parliamentary election in Targu Jiu, 300 km west of Bucharest, November 25, 2012. Diaconescu, 44, who calls himself "Romania's next president" on his nightly television show, is running for a parliament seat in the empoverished mining town of Targu Jiu in southcentral Romania against leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta, whose alliance is favourite to win the election. But if the vote is split, Diaconescu, whose less than two-year-old populist party promises steep tax cuts and has poll ratings of about 14 percent, could become the kingmaker. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
ROMANIA-POLITICS/POPULISM
RTR3AVD3
November 25, 2012
Media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu signs an autograph on the hand of one of his supporters during a campaign...
Targu Jiu, Romania
Media entrepreneur Diaconescu signs an autograph on the hand of one of his supporters during a campaign...
Media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu signs an autograph on the hand of one of his supporters during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December parliamentary election in Targu Jiu, 300 km west of Bucharest, November 25, 2012. Diaconescu, 44, who calls himself "Romania's next president" on his nightly television show, is running for a parliament seat in the empoverished mining town of Targu Jiu in southcentral Romania against leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta, whose alliance is favourite to win the election. But if the vote is split, Diaconescu, whose less than two-year-old populist party promises steep tax cuts and has poll ratings of about 14 percent, could become the kingmaker. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
ROMANIA-POLITICS/POPULISM
RTR3AVD1
November 25, 2012
Media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu talks to the media during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December...
Targu Jiu, Romania
Media entrepreneur Diaconescu talks to the media during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December...
Media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu talks to the media during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December parliamentary election in Targu Jiu, 300 km west of Bucharest, November 25, 2012. Diaconescu, 44, who calls himself "Romania's next president" on his nightly television show, is running for a parliament seat in the empoverished mining town of Targu Jiu in southcentral Romania against leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta, whose alliance is favourite to win the election. But if the vote is split, Diaconescu, whose less than two-year-old populist party promises steep tax cuts and has poll ratings of about 14 percent, could become the kingmaker. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
ROMANIA-POLITICS/POPULISM
RTR3AVCX
November 25, 2012
People hold posters of media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December...
Targu Jiu, Romania
People hold posters of media entrepreneur Diaconescu during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December...
People hold posters of media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December parliamentary election in Targu Jiu, 300 km west of Bucharest, November 25, 2012. Diaconescu, 44, who calls himself "Romania's next president" on his nightly television show, is running for a parliament seat in the empoverished mining town of Targu Jiu in southcentral Romania against leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta, whose alliance is favourite to win the election. But if the vote is split, Diaconescu, whose less than two-year-old populist party promises steep tax cuts and has poll ratings of about 14 percent, could become the kingmaker. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
ROMANIA-POLITICS/POPULISM
RTR3AVCQ
November 25, 2012
Women hold posters of media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December...
Targu Jiu, Romania
Women hold posters of media entrepreneur Diaconescu during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December...
Women hold posters of media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December parliamentary election in Targu Jiu, 300 km west of Bucharest, November 25, 2012. Diaconescu, 44, who calls himself "Romania's next president" on his nightly television show, is running for a parliament seat in the empoverished mining town of Targu Jiu in southcentral Romania against leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta, whose alliance is favourite to win the election. But if the vote is split, Diaconescu, whose less than two-year-old populist party promises steep tax cuts and has poll ratings of about 14 percent, could become the kingmaker. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
ROMANIA-POLITICS/POPULISM
RTR3AVCP
November 25, 2012
A child looks on next to posters of media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu during a campaign rally ahead of...
Targu Jiu, Romania
A child looks on next to posters of media entrepreneur Diaconescu during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's...
A child looks on next to posters of media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December parliamentary election in Targu Jiu, 300 km west of Bucharest, November 25, 2012. Diaconescu, 44, who calls himself "Romania's next president" on his nightly television show, is running for a parliament seat in the empoverished mining town of Targu Jiu in southcentral Romania against leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta, whose alliance is favourite to win the election. But if the vote is split, Diaconescu, whose less than two-year-old populist party promises steep tax cuts and has poll ratings of about 14 percent, could become the kingmaker. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
ROMANIA-POLITICS/POPULISM
RTR3AVCM
November 25, 2012
Media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu signs an autograph on the hand of one of his supporters during a campaign...
Targu Jiu, Romania
Media entrepreneur Diaconescu signs an autograph on the hand of one of his supporters during a campaign...
Media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu signs an autograph on the hand of one of his supporters during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December parliamentary election in Targu Jiu, 300 km west of Bucharest, November 25, 2012. Diaconescu, 44, who calls himself "Romania's next president" on his nightly television show, is running for a parliament seat in the empoverished mining town of Targu Jiu in southcentral Romania against leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta, whose alliance is favourite to win the election. But if the vote is split, Diaconescu, whose less than two-year-old populist party promises steep tax cuts and has poll ratings of about 14 percent, could become the kingmaker. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
ROMANIA-POLITICS/POPULISM
RTR3AVCK
November 25, 2012
Media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu shakes hands with his supporters during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's...
Targu Jiu, Romania
Media entrepreneur Diaconescu shakes hands with his supporters during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's...
Media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu shakes hands with his supporters during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December parliamentary election in Targu Jiu, 300 km west of Bucharest, November 25, 2012. Diaconescu, 44, who calls himself "Romania's next president" on his nightly television show, is running for a parliament seat in the empoverished mining town of Targu Jiu in southcentral Romania against leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta, whose alliance is favourite to win the election. But if the vote is split, Diaconescu, whose less than two-year-old populist party promises steep tax cuts and has poll ratings of about 14 percent, could become the kingmaker. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
ROMANIA-POLITICS/POPULISM
RTR3AVCE
November 25, 2012
Media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu gestures to his supporters during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's...
Targu Jiu, Romania
Media entrepreneur Diaconescu gestures to his supporters during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December...
Media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu gestures to his supporters during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December parliamentary election in Targu Jiu, 300 km west of Bucharest, November 25, 2012. Diaconescu, 44, who calls himself "Romania's next president" on his nightly television show, is running for a parliament seat in the empoverished mining town of Targu Jiu in southcentral Romania against leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta, whose alliance is favourite to win the election. But if the vote is split, Diaconescu, whose less than two-year-old populist party promises steep tax cuts and has poll ratings of about 14 percent, could become the kingmaker. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
ROMANIA-POLITICS/POPULISM
RTR3AVC1
November 25, 2012
Media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu gestures to his supporters during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's...
Targu Jiu, Romania
Media entrepreneur Diaconescu gestures to his supporters during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December...
Media entrepreneur Dan Diaconescu gestures to his supporters during a campaign rally ahead of Romania's December parliamentary election in Targu Jiu, 300 km west of Bucharest, November 25, 2012. Diaconescu, 44, who calls himself "Romania's next president" on his nightly television show, is running for a parliament seat in the empoverished mining town of Targu Jiu in southcentral Romania against leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta, whose alliance is favourite to win the election. But if the vote is split, Diaconescu, whose less than two-year-old populist party promises steep tax cuts and has poll ratings of about 14 percent, could become the kingmaker. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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