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Friday, 11 June 2010


A Hungarian nationalist member of the European Parliament has opened an office in a part of Romania that once belonged to Hungary, he revealed on his website on Thursday. Csanad Szegedi said the office in the industrial city of Tirgu-Mures, or Marosvasarhely in Hungarian, was a sign that his far-right Jobbik party represents all ethnic Hungarians in the Carpathian basin. - We did not open this office as a sign of provocation, but because we would like to represent the interests of the Transylvanian Hungarians - Szegedi, 27, said on the website. - With it we would like to help create an autonomous state and to see the wider use of the Hungarian language throughout Transylvania - a section of Romania that once belonged to Hungary. Transylvania became part of Romania under the Treaty of Trianon in 1920 that sealed the fate of the Austro-Hungarian empire in the aftermath of World War I. Jobbik, with three seats in the European Parliament, has made the rights of ethnic Hungarians outside the homeland a priority, but news that Szegedi had opened an office in Targu Mures was not wholly welcomed by them. - I do not want Jobbik to open an office in Transylvania, I do not want a fascist Europe - said local historian Mihaly Spielman, as members of the Hungarian cultural elite began a petition to vent their dismay.