The head of the Prime Minister’s Office has stressed the importance of allowing Europeans a say in their own future.
Gergely Gulyás has signed a European civil initiative aimed at increased focus on aspects of ethnic regions when distributing cohesion funding.
According to MTI, Gulyás said that “it is extremely important that the EU has causes on its agenda in which citizens can express their wish”.
Organizers of the signature drive, initiated by the Szekler National Council of Romania, have until May 7th next year to collect one million signatures, a prerequisite for the subject to be put on the European Parliament’s agenda.
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