A representative of a far-right party revolted, after which the meeting was interrupted.
At Monday’s Senate meeting in Bucharest Diana Susawaka In his speech, he opposed the display of the Szekely flag in an aggressive tone, questioned the existence of Szekely’s land, and then shouted and attacked the faction of the Romanian-Hungarian Democratic Union (RMDSZ), writing Hungarian nation.
According to the newspaper, the politician – whose SOS party recently announced its solidarity against “provocations” – said:
Sekiland does not exist, and Romania is indivisible!
The Senate session was interrupted due to the anger of the Romanian politician.
From the ranks of RMDSZ dancer children The Senator responded to what was said and stressed that the national and communal symbols of Hungarians and Szczylkians are not up for debate, and that their community’s constitutional right is to express and live its identity. He assured everyone that the Sekélévöld flag would continue to be used, and that the interests of the Hungarian people and our symbols would be protected in Parliament and in all forums.
Every time our national and societal symbols are attacked or the existence of Székélévöld is questioned, a part of Hungarian society is attacked. When extremist organizations do this in Parliament, the goal is to create ethnic conflict, and the intention is to discredit Hungarian society