The Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania (RMDSZ) expresses its deep concern about the position of the Romanian Superior Council of Magistracy (SCM) on the draft law for the autonomy of Szeklerland. As the guarantor of the independence of the judiciary system, the SCM has exceeded its constitutional framework by expressing a political point of view, about a political issue, on a draft law which as of yet only has been leaked in the press. CSM should not act as a political agent.
"Our desire for autonomy is not to be confused with the separation East-Ukrainian militants are fighting for. They don’t want autonomy for the region they live in, they are militating for independence” – stressed RMDSZ MEP Csaba Sógor during his visit on Friday to Maramureș county.
“Lutița is the village, where our Szekler ancestors decided about their own future as an autonomous community. We can keep the memory of this place alive by not giving up our aspirations” – stated MEP Csaba Sógor during his electoral visit to the region of Odorhei, one stop of which was Lutița, the village in which in 1848 the Szekler national convention decided to revolt against Austrian troops.