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Created in January 2008 by the Conference of INGOs of the Council of Europe, the Expert Council on NGO Law carries out thematic and country studies on specific aspects of NGO legislation and its implementation that seem to pose problems of conformity with international standards.

In this respect the Expert Council on NGO Law published today an ‘Opinion on the Romanian draft Law 140/2017 on Associations and Foundations’, which examines its compatibility with international standards and best practices, in particular the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, Recommendation CM/Rec(2007)14 of the Committee of Ministers to member states on the legal status of non-governmental organisations in Europe and the OSCE/ODIHR-Venice Commission Guidelines on Freedom of Association.

Frenh with subtitles in english

Migrants are not happy to stop here, they seek northern Europe. Few romanians oppose because it would change the composition of Europe. But we must also practice Christian hospitality, as said by the Pope. (But the country is predominantly Orthodox).

We have a long history with the Turkish, who have represented a threat to us, although there is now a well-integrated Turkish population, with a tradition of peaceful coexistence.

There was also an Arab migration in large cities, to study medicine for example. But this time the arrival is massive.

European Christians must have a hospitality speech, but we must also negotiate the situation in the Arab countries

Asociaţia Generală a Românilor Uniţi  Greco-Catolici (AGRU) 

General Association of Romanian Greek-Catholics

Romániai Magyar Pax Romana


Pax Romana of the Hungarians in Romania