HVIM rejects Romanian allegations of terrorism against its Kézdivásárhely members

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

The Sixty-Four Counties Youth Movement (HVIM) rejects Romanian allegations of terrorism against its Kézdivásárhely members. The organization issued a statement denouncing the arrest of one of its members in Erdély by Romanian law enforcing agencies.

Romanian organized crime and counter-terrorism Prosecutor's Office accuses HVIM Erdély members with attempt to blow up a bomb during Romania national holiday in Kézdivásárhely and ordered the arrest of one of the local leaders of the organization.

HVIM issued a statement stressing that HVIM's Erdély members had to endure viscous persecution in the last twenty-four hours by Romanian law enforcement agencies.

Members and sympathizers' homes have been searched; two activists have been questioned and one of them taken into custody.

Every official procedure taken against the victims was "illegal"; lawyer was not allowed to be present during questioning of the accused; reports were issued only in Romanian, and interpreter has not been provided for the suspects.

The statement emphasizes that the press release issued by Romanian Intelligence Agency is "full of lies"; they didn't find "any explosive substance in the homes of the accused" nor any tool that could be used to carry out the crime they are accused of.

They seized on the other hand flags, T-shirts, New Year's Eve fireworks, airsoft optical aids, a siren and birthday cake sparklers.

Due to the absurd allegations against innocent members of the ethnic Hungarian community in Romania, HVIM will turn to the International Court of Justice, the international media and human rights organizations to expose the malicious persecution of its members by Romanian law enforcement agencies stress the press release.


Bucharest court ordered the arrest of HVIM Kézdivásárhely President Attila István Beke on Tuesday.

The accused can appeal against the decision within 48 hours.

According to Romanian public prosecutor office dealing with terrorism and organized crime, Beke wanted to blow up a home made bomb during a Romanian national day event in Kézdivásárhely.

Spontaneous demonstration erupted in Kézdivásárhely in support of HVIM arrested leader!

About a thousand people gathering in Kézdivásárhely practically spontaneously, to which passers-by also joining to demand the dropping of “false accusations” against Attila István Beke that a Romanian court has taken into custody on Tuesday.

(MTI –


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