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August 8, 2022
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Kelemen: Coalition is not Romania’s mad cow

The president of the Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania (UDMR), Kelemen Hunor, stated, yesterday, during the opening of the summer camp in Izvorul Muresului, that the Union would propose, in the autumn, a series of measures to boost economic growth and voiced his conviction that these would be accepted by the Democratic Liberal Party (PDL). “The coalition is not ‘Romania’s mad cow’ and does not want anything but a change for the better. The economic law-packages will certainly be accepted, these proposals come both from us and from PDL and will be merged harmoniously, as we agreed,” Kelemen Hunor argued, quoted by Realitatea.net. Kelemen did not say what economic recovery measures he envisaged.

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