Euronews, about George Simion: “Meet the graffiti artist turned parliamentarian who wants to see Moldova and Romania united”
The TV station recalls an interview conducted by Adevărul with the young people responsible for the graffiti message: “In an interview given to the Romanian press in 2015, an artist said that anonymity ensures that their identity will not distract from the message they want to promote. Today, it is no longer a mystery. ”
“For those who know Simion, the revelation may not be a huge surprise. Before being co-leader of the Union for the Alliance of Romanians (AUR), he was a pro-union activist who was involved in the high-level protest and who, clearly and now, is denied access to the Republic of Moldova.
Its AUR was formed with the express intention of lobbying for the unification of Romanian ethnics in Romania, Moldova and parts of Hungarian Transylvania, even if, since it won 12% of the votes in the 2020 national elections, it is no longer a political party. with a single purpose. “, write Euronews.
The TV station predicts that, in case Romania will have early elections, it is possible that AUR will double its number of voters: “Modeled after the Polish party” Law and Justice “(PiS), AUR could increase , even to double the number of votes if, as expected, the country will have new early elections in the next 12 months. He combined social conservatism on issues such as migration and LGBT rights with skepticism about European green energy targets and painful attacks on Romania’s current political elite. ”
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