Mihai Tudose, Once Accused of Plagiarism, Is Romania’s New Prime Minister – New York Times


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Mihai Tudose, Once Accused of Plagiarism, Is Romania's New Prime Minister
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A little-known former economy minister who surrendered his Ph.D. after plagiarism accusations was confirmed by Parliament on Thursday as Romania's prime minister, a decision that disappointed reformers. Mihai Tudose, 50, will succeed Sorin Grindeanu, …
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