The new legislation on education has prompted vehement but so far fruitless protest from ethnic Hungarian citizensi> by MICHAEL SHAFIR A RESTRICTIVE EDUCATION LAW PASSED IN Romania this year has contributed to the Hungarian minority’s growing feeling that its very survival as a separate ethnic entity is at stake. Relations between the country’s Romanian majority […]

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