Romania's Prime Minister Mihai Tudose leaves a meeting of the Social Democrat Party (PSD) in Bucharest, Romania, January 15, 2018. (Inquam Photos/Octav Ganea via REUTERS)
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Romania's ruling Social Democrats met Tuesday to nominate a new prime minister after power struggles within the party forced out the impoverished EU country's second premier in seven months.This latest crisis also prompted Japan's visiting Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, on the final stop of a European tour, to cancel talks on Tuesday with the Romanian government, Romanian officials said.Abe, who was expected in Bucharest late morning on the first ever visit to Romania by a Japanese premier, was due however to meet with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis.
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