George Maior: SRI is worried about discourse of Hungarian autonomy

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Director of the Romanian Intelligence Service, SRI, George Cristian Maior, stressed, on Tuesday, during the hearing at the parliamentary control committee for SRI that the service is worried about the rise in the intensity of the autonomy discourse in Romania, in the context of the events related to the Hungarian and Szekler communities, in Odorheiul Secuiesc, center of Romania.

Maior mentioned that SRI informed much time before the institutions in charge about the events related to the claimed Hungarian autonomy of Hungarian and Szekler ethnics, notably against the background of the electoral campaign.

In connection with the events in Odorheiul Secuiesc, we have emphasized, nevertheless, a concern of SRI related to a rise in intensity of the autonomy discourse, in areas of the Hungarian community – an aspect we have told about all the empowered institutions of the state much time ago.

We expect this to get intensified, due to electoral and political circumstances in the coming period. Our knowledge is good also in this respect and the state institutions are informed about this dimension,’ said Maior.

In his turn, president of the SRI parliamentary committee, Cezar Preda, from the Democratic- Liberal Party, PD-L, in the ruling coalition, said the events in Odorheiul Secuiesc were „democratic”.

The issue in Odorheiul Secuiesc was raised, namely that of what meant the democratic action of the Szeklers there, and if there are in this event elements putting in danger the national security.

The answers from SRI were of much depth, they were about what the said action meant, as well as the elements that were, maybe, close to an usual action of the Szeklers in Romania, ” Preda also said.
He mentioned that the issue was on the agenda of the meeting at the chapter of Miscellanea.”

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