Anti-Hungarian provocations across Erdély on Romanian National Holiday

Thursday, December 1, 2016

The photos show Romanian nationalists and chauvinists marching through the ethnic Hungarian populated city of Sepsiszentgyörgy. Meanwhile, the cultural symbols of ethnic Hungarians are banned; their leaders are persecuted under the pretext of fighting corruption.

Under these circumstances, there will never be peace and reconciliation between the two nations.



Anonymous said...

Transylvania is a Hungarian land taken undemocratically in the Trianon Diktat of 1921. Romania has no right to a territory that was never Romanian!

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