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June 15, 2021

PRM gets eviction order, leader refuses to leave

The president of the Greater Romania Party (PRM), Corneliu Vadim Tudor, stated, on Friday, that the party had received an eviction order, following a District 1 Court ruling, which calls for an enforcement against PRM, adding, however, that his party would not leave the 2, Emile Zola Street building, Mediafax reports. Vadim Tudor explained that, although no final and irrevocable court ruling was issued in the petition for the retrocession of the building, the District 1 Court decided in favour of PRM’s forced eviction. He added that the party appealed against the decision and that the appeal is to be tried on November 23. The PRM leader stated that he went to see, in person, the Minister of Justice, Catalin Predoiu, to discuss the progress of the suit regarding the retrocession of the building.

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