Acest site utilizează fișiere de tip cookie pentru a vă oferi o experiență cât mai plăcută și personalizată. Îți aducem la cunoștință faptul că ne-am actualizat politicile pentru a ne conforma cu modificările propuse aduse de Directiva (UE) 2002/58/EC ("Directiva E-Privacy") si de Regulamentul (UE) 2016/679 privind protectia persoanelor fizice in ceea ce priveste prelucrarea datelor cu caracter personal si privind libera circulatie a acestor date si de abrogare a Directivei 95/46/CE ("Regulamentul GDPR").
Înainte de a continua navigarea pe www.jurnalul.ro, te rugăm să citești și să înțelegi conținutul Politicii de Cookie și Politica de Confidențialitate.
Prin continuarea navigării pe www.jurnalul.ro confirmi acceptarea utilizării fișierelor de tip cookie. Poți modifica în orice moment setările acestor fișiere cookie urmând instrucțiunile din Politica de Cookie.
The Hungarian Minority May Make It to the Executive after the Elections
POLITICS - August 25th 2004If the [ruling] Social Democrat Party (SDP) would win the general elections in the fall, it will welcome the Democrat Union of Hungarians in Romania (DUHR) to take government positions and drop the current cooperation agreement which does not give those positions to DUHR, in exchange for its support in Parliament to the SDP.
By SILVIU SERGIUAdrian Nastase, the SDP leader, made this announcement yesterday, at the end of his meeting with the DUHR leadership. "The SDP is open for future cooperation with the DUHR following the elections, but the vote would set the final terms. We are open to both types of cooperation," said Nastase.
Laszlo Borbely, executive vice-president of DUHR, said in a phone interview with Jurnalul National that the Union is ready to negotiate its presence in the future Executive, but only after the elections."
The SDP and DUHR leaderships analyzed yesterday the level of compliance with the protocol signed for the current year and explored forms of cooperation during and after the elections. Bela Marko, the DUHR president, said that the partnership between the Union and the SDP may continue unabated after the elections in its current form, "given that the two parties agreed in all respects so far."
"There are things we were not able to accomplish, but the cooperation with the SDP was useful," said Marko.
On a possible cooperation between the DUHR and the Alliance of the National Liberal Party and the Democrat Party, Marko said that the Union waits for the liberals and democrats to "clarify their opinions on the national issue and the one of the minorities."
"During the last years the NLP and DP representatives did not support the DUHR to create a proper political environment regarding minorities," said Marko.
The SDP and DUHR leaderships also convened yesterday to not attack each other and give each other support during the electoral campaign, if the interests of the two parties allow.
Party presidents Nastase and Marko agreed that such an electoral agreement does not need a formal document to be abided by, as long as the cooperation protocol between the two parties was still in force.
Translation: ANCA PADURARU