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February 26, 2021
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Autonomy meeting in Targu Mures gets green light

The meeting for autonomy organized by the National Szekely Council (CNS) on March 10 in Targu Mures received the green light yesterday, the meeting set to be monitored by a prosecutor that will take note of possible offences and will order legal measures. The commission that gave the green light asked the meeting’s organizers to remove from among the participants, with the help of law enforcement officers, persons that will use “anti-constitutional and illegal slogans that violate Romania’s territorial unity and integrity” and to present them to the authorities. At the same time, the Covasna County branches of UDMR, PPMT, PCM and CNS have expressed their solidarity with the meeting, asking people to take part in it. The presidents of the aforementioned parties underlined in a press conference the importance of taking part in this meeting, pointing out that the autonomy of the Szekely Land is a common problem. On this occasion, National Szekely Council (CNS) Vice President Ferencz Csaba stated that currently there are 20 requests for buses coming from citizens in Covasna County that want to take part in the meeting but “many” will use their own cars to get to Targu Mures.

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