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Hungarian official: Autonomy could be implemented in 10-20 years

Kalmar Ferencz, one of the members of Hungary’s delegation at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), received on Saturday evening the National Szekler Council’s ‘Gabor Aron’ Prize for 2011. On this occasion he stated that autonomy could become a reality in Romania in 10-20 years. “I believe the Romanian political elite will be open to new ideas coming from Western Europe at this moment, including the idea of autonomy,” Kalmar stated, being quoted by Mediafax. Gaudi Nagy Tamas, another member of the delegation, stated that the delegation “presented” the issue of Szekler autonomy at PACE in 2011 “more than it did throughout the last 20 years,” pointing out that he expects Romania to implement PACE decision 1832/2011 which was adopted “with overwhelming majority.” He pointed out that if it fails to do so “Romania’s presence in the European club will become null and void.”

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