The UDMR did nothing to improve its relations with the Romanian government at its recent party congress. Its continuing talk of ethnicity-based territorial autonomy has made the party increasingly unpopular in political circles by TOM GALLAGHER IN LATE MAY, THE HUNgarian Democratic Federation of Romania (UDMR), the main political voice of Romania’s Hungarian minority, gathered […]

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