The co-chair of the AUR, a Romanian extreme right party, Claudiu Târziu, and an MP of the party, Dan Tanasă, shared their views on the issue in a conference in Marosvásárhely (Targu Mures), a city in Central Transylvania having almost 57 thousand Hungarian citizens.
According to foter.ro, Mr Târziu said that Romania is a model for Europe presenting how a country should treat their ethnic minorities because Romanians like to live in harmony. However, Hungary is investing in Transylvania, and the Romanian government allows Budapest to become the
de-facto owner of some parts of their country
– he added. Foter.ro says that if we accept the AUR’s thought, Romania does not even exist since there are multiple foreign investments and investors in the country.
Dan Tanasă added that Hungary buys Transylvania from building to building. Moreover, Budapest builds institutions, puts the national flag on them and places only Hungarian inscriptions – he complained.
“Hungary acts in Transylvania with the help of Bucharest like a co-sovereign country” – he concluded.