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March 5, 2021

Romanians blame discrimination on politicians

A poll conducted by Totem Communication, commissioned by the National Anti-Discrimination Council (CNCD), indicates that over 50 per cent of the population attribute discrimination in the public sphere to the actions of politicians, “Evenimentul Zilei” reports. Thus, one Romanian out of four think national minorities pose a problem to the national state, and the ones to “blame” for this are political figures – president Traian Basescu and the leaders of political parties -, according to the results of the CNCD poll. Furthermore, 56 per cent of the Romanians think the discrimination phenomenon will be amplified owing to the example offered by public figures.

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