The Romanian Hungarians want regionalisation as it was before Ceausescu took the power. The president of the Hungarian People’s Party of Transylvania (PPMT), Toro Tibor conceived a plan of territorial reorganisation based on the grand historic regions: Transylvania, Moldavia and Wallachia. PPMT proposes that these regions are, in turn, divided into 14 integrated regions, Toro T. Tibor said Tuesday, quoted by Mediafax. “In Transylvania, for example, we thought about six regions, starting with Banat, with the regional center at Timisoara, Partium, centered on Oradea, North Transylvania with the center in the capital of Transylvania, at Cluj, Southern Transylvania with the regional center at Sibiu, which leaves Szeklerland centered on Targu Mures, its traditional center. There is one more urban conglomerate, around the town of Brasov, which has all conditions to receive a special status in this construction,” the PPMT president explained. Under the PPMT proposal, Walachia should include the regions Oltenia, Upper Muntenia, Lower Muntenia, Dobrogea and the Bucharest metropolitan area, while the former historic region of Moldavia would include Lower Moldavia, Upper Moldavia, Bucovina and the big urban conglomerate Danube Mouth – Galati and Braila – which can become “the development driver of the region,” through the ‘Dimitrie Cantemir’ project proposed by PPMT.