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I CARE - - Romanian Ultra-Nationalists Establish Anti-Hungarian, Far-Right Political Party


I CARE - - News - Internet Centre Anti Racism Europe: 5/11/2015- Noua Dreapt� (New Right), a Romanian ultra-nationalist group that has organised several anti-Hungarian demonstrations over the previous years, has founded a political party. A statement issued by the organisation claims that the new party will be “national, Christian and social” in its standpoint and will fight for the unification of Romania with the Republic of Moldova and confiscating “illegal” fortunes. The party’s interim chairman has been named as 37-year-old lawyer Tudor Ionescu. The far-right group has a history of organising several demonstrations against the country’s 1.5 million-strong ethnic Hungarian community, homosexuals and immigrants. It claims that the new party will embody the national, Christian and social Right instead of the “liberal, anti-national, atheistic and oligarchic” Right currently represented in Romanian political life and strives to “save the Romanian nation from disappearance” brought on by the promoters of globalism.

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