Bucharest (Sep. 8)
(J. T. A. Mail Service)
The continued suppression of the League of Romanian Christian Students by the Government is a constant cause of dissatisfaction, which might well have manifested itself in violent demonstrations at the official communication which has been issued here by the Central Council of the League, following its recent Congress.
The Council, it proceeds therefore demands the Government should withdraw the repressive measures against the League, the leading students organization in the country. The Council, it states, has further decided to enforce the resolution adopted at the Oradeo Mare Congress, according to which members of the Committees of the students’ organizations must not, after October 1st, act as members of political parties, and may enroll only in such nationalist organizations which include in their program the demands of the Christian student bodies.
The statement expresses the satisfaction of the Council; with the success achieved by the Romanian delegation and the other delegations which supported it for their efforts.