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Csaba Sógor: the power of small communities can save Transylvania and Europe

The power of small communities can save Transylvania and Europe Csaba Sógor in Tărcești/Tarcsafalva, at the local Unitarian church on Sunday, 2 September.
The RMDSZ MEP reminded the audience: the 450th anniversary of the freedom of religion, together with the Unitarian Church was launched this year to emphasize the importance of the church in Europe. 


Csaba Sógor in Târgu-Mureș: the EU can and should be criticized

“The EU has a lot of advantages, but it can be criticized as well. In the present the union is shaped by the European nations and the future is also in our hands. As a consequence, our responsability is also shared" - said Csaba Sógor in Targu-Mures, at the Sapientia Summer University of the Targu-Mures department.


The exhibition about king Matthias was opened on Sic Fest

The exhibition called The glorious days of the Hunyadi dynasty was opened with the occasion of the king Matthias memorial year on Summer University Sic Fest by MEP Csaba Sógor and Róbert Grüman, Vice-President of Covasna County Council.


Csaba Sógor: Moral crisis makes the EU vulnerable

“Europe is more than a simple financial or economic issue. Thinking about the past three years and the immigration situation, we realize that the EU is vulnerable not because of its economic but its moral crisis”- said Csaba Sogor in Borszék, where he was invited to talk about Europe’s past, current and future challenges. 


Evangelical Church offered MEP Csaba Sógor the Járosi Andor Award

The diocese of the Romanian Evangelical-Lutheran Church of Brassó held its Annual General Meeting on 26 May in Halmágy, where Bishop Dezső Zoltán Adorjáni offered MEP Csaba Sógor the Járosi Andor Award.


Hungarian MEPs of the Carpathian Basin commemorated the Rákóczi War of Independence in Șumuleu Ciuc/ Csíksomlyó

The 315th anniversary of the Rákóczi War of Independence was commemorated in Șumuleu Ciuc/ Csíksomlyó after the Pentecost Pilgrimage Holy Mass. Participants from all over the Carpathian Basin brought with them symbolically some ground and placed it in the Rákóczi Memorial,  as a sign of reuniting former Hungarian territories.


David McAllister visited headquarters of Hungarian minority party RMDSZ in Transylvania

"Although the situation of different autochthonous minorities varies extremely in the EU, it would be necessary to create a European legal framework. The European People's Party (EPP) will continue to keep minority protection on the European Union’s agenda" - said German MEP David McAllister on Thursday in Cluj-Napoca.


Winners of the My Transylvanian Trips competition awarded in Brașov/Brassó

The competition entitled My Transylvanian Trips encouraged students from Brașov/Brassó county to discover their surrounding region. MEP Csaba Sógor, member of the Romanian Parliament, Izabella Ambrus together with the RMDSZ organization and Youth Council in Brașov county organized the competition that attracted 66 students from 9 locations.


EPP supports students’ Business & Law professional days in Cluj-Napoca

Csaba Sógor spoke on Ongoing debates in the European Union on law and economy students’ Business & Law professional days in Cluj-Napoca, organized on 17 March for the 11th time by the Imre Mikó College. The event with the topic What does the future hold? was supported by the RMDSZ MEP and the EPP.


Minority subjects were on the agenda of the forum discussion in Miercurea Ciuc

European minority issues were on the agenda of the forum discussion organized by the Evangelical Lutheran Church and the Bartalis János Christian Cultural Association. The event took place on Friday 16 March and RMDSZ MEP Csaba Sógor was invited as guest speaker. Another participant at the meeting was Miklós Soltész, Secretary of State from Hungary, responsible for religious, national and civil affairs.