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December 4, 2022

President Iohannis promulgates law on establishing Hungarian Language Day

President Klaus Iohannis signed on Wednesday a decree on the promulgation of the Law on the establishment of the Hungarian Language Day.
According to the law, the Hungarian Language Day is celebrated on November 13 and will be marked through presentations of values of the Hungarian minority in Romania and Hungarian tradition and customs.
“On this occasion there will be held cultural events, book presentations as well as tributes to personalities of the Hungarian community, cultural and artistic performances, offering thus within an institutionalized framework the opportunity for representatives of other ethnicities to access the Hungarian cultural universe,” the endorsement report of the law states.
Also on Wednesday, the head of state signed the decrees on the promulgation of the Law on amending and supplementing the Government Emergency Ordinance No. 144/2008 on the exercise of the profession of general nurse, midwife and nurse, as well as the organization and functioning of the Order of General Nurses, Midwives and Nurses in Romania. Additionally, he signed the decrees on the promulgation of the Law on establishing measures to implement the (EU) Regulation No. 236/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council on short sale and on certain aspects of credit default swaps and on the Law on supplementing Art. 10 of Law No. 230/2007 on establishing, organizing and functioning of homeowners’ associations.

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