Kelemen Hunor

UDMR's Kelemen Hunor: Great irresponsibility for Gov't not to have tabled budget plan

Chairman of the Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR) Kelemen Hunor stated on Friday in the Council of Union Representatives (CRU) in Targu Mures that he deems irresponsible the fact that Romania's Government has not yet presented the budget draft, adding that the adoption of Government Emergency Ordinance (OUG) No. 114/2018 was "a bad decision."

Censure motion/UDMR's Kelemen to Opposition: let's prepare together a governing programme, we'll propose new PM

Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR) head Kelemen Hunor on Thursday stated that the Opposition doesn't have a governing programme with a proposed Prime Minister, and the Union will prepare such programme in the spring and it will also bring a proposal for a Prime Minister at that point.

Kelemen Hunor, at EPP Congress in Helsinki: We want strong Europe, developed Hungarian community

Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR) chairman Kelemen Hunor said at the European People's Party (EPP) Congress in Helsinki that a strong European Union is needed in a global competition because the member states can only be successful together, and the European Union "needs to be rethought and strengthened," informs an UDMR press release issued for AGERPRES on Wednesday.

Offshore law:Paramount for Romania's citizens, says Energy minister, economic sleight of hand, says opposition

The Offshore Law is paramount for everybody and especially for Romania's citizens, on Monday said Energy Minister Anton Anton, at the Chamber of Deputies, after the "Gov't Hour" adding that in his opinion "it will clear Parliament."

UDMR's Kelemen announces Minority SafePack petition campaign a success, with 303,695 signatures collected in Romania

Leader of the Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR) Kelemen Hunor considers the signature collecting campaign in support of the Minority SafePack citizens' initiative is a success of the Hungarian community in Romania that joined Europe's 50 million-strong minority communities.

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