19 June 2001 BUCHAREST, BELGRADE. Romanian authorities criticized the approval of the controversial “Status Law” by the parliament in Budapest on 19 June. The bill offers benefits to ethnic Hungarians in Ukraine, Romania, Yugoslavia, Croatia, Slovenia, and Slovakia. Members of ethnic Hungarian minorities in these countries will have the right to work in Hungary for […]

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