Vadim Tudor challenges his ousting from PRM in court

Yesterday morning, PRM (Greater Romania Party) founding member Corneliu Vadim Tudor submitted a request for appeal at the Court of Law in Bucharest challenging his being ousted from the party. According to Realitatea TV, Vadim Tudor believes his former colleagues forged the so-called elections that led to his being dismissed as chairman of PRM. He accuses them of bringing people who did not have the right to vote at the congress, or people who voted more than once, in order to oust him from the party he had founded. Furthermore, Vadim Tudor said he does not acknowledge the previous elections that resulted in Gheorghe Funar occupying the highest position in the party. He stated that it is inconceivable that someone could take his place within PRM. For these reasons, Vadim Tudor submitted a request yesterday morning to the Court of Law in Bucharest to change his current status and make the two election rounds void.

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