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November 12, 2019

Registration of People’s Movement Party, challenged in court

The registration of People’s Movement Party at the Bucharest Tribunal was postponed last Thursday, until September 12, after 4 people filed complaints regarding the logo, name and membership of the political organisation. The complaints were filed by the People’s Alliance of European Democrats, the Democrat Party Vox Populi Vox Dei, the Phoenix Revolutionary Association of Constanta and a person from Oradea. Deputy Eugen Tomac, interim president of PMP, said that the four challenges refer to “superficial, not fundamental issues” which he hopes will be settled until the next term in court. Asked by Mediafax if he considers the possibility of the registration of the party being tergiversated for a longer interval by the complaints filed in court, Tomac answered that he does not see why the court should take such initiatives into consideration as long as the documents necessary to founding the party are correct.

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