Tokes installs Hungarian-language street nameplates in Oradea

MEP Laszlo Tokes and several members of the Young Hungarians Association installed a number of Hungarian-language street nameplates yesterday, in Oradea, although the municipality warned them this was illegal. “If the law is unjust and goes against European legislation, then you are committing a crime of discrimination,” Tokes said on this occasion. According to Realitatea TV, Tokes has been trying for five years to convince the local administration of Oradea to install bilingual street nameplates. According to Oradea Municipality spokeswoman Anca Sas, the municipality considers this as a “hot-headed” move and the new nameplates as illegal. (A. B.)

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