Court registration of the People’s Movement postponed

The registration of the People’s Movement Party at the Bucharest Court was postponed on Thursday, until September 12, after four complaints were filed in connection with the logo of the party, the name and the political party membership. Deputy Eugen Tomac, the interim president of the People’s Movement Party, said that all the four contestations against the party registration are “form, not substance” and that he is confident that until the next term all these problems will be solved.

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