According to a press release, the UDMR Standing Council has designated for ministers the following:
* Marko Bela – vicepremier
* Hunor Kelemen – minister of Culture
* Borbely Laszlo – minister of the Environment and Water Management
* Cseke Attila – minister of Public Health
Likewise, the Union’s Representatives Council gathered on Friday at Targu Mures has decided with majority of votes that UDMR should enter governance next to the Democratic-Liberal Party (PD-L).
Marko Bela said that among the UDMR objectives for the future participation in the governance stay the National Minorities Law, the Education Law, with eventual alterations in case the law wouldn’t be accepted by the Constitutional Court of Romania, the decentralization, a re-thinking of the eight development regions of Romania and a re-distribution of those into 15-16 regions. Likewise, according to Marko Bela, among the UDMR goals to accept governance is to “solve the matter of the UDMR’s professionals from the decentralized institutions and the higher education in Hungarian”.