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Anti-semitic Posters on Election Confiscated in Jassy by Authorities

December 4, 1928
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Cuza Appeals to Maniu in Name of Political Freedom (Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Anti-Semitic election posters placarded in Jassy by the anti-Semitic Cuza party were confiscated by the local authorities.

The action of the Jassy authorities called forth the protest of Alexander Cuza, who addressed a telegram to the Prime Minister complaining that the confiscation of the anti-Semitic posters is in contradiction to the promise given by the Maniu government that censorship would be abolished and that a free election campaign is guaranteed.

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