Photo: the Palace of Parliament in Bucharest

The new Museum will be housed in the building of the Parliament in Bucharest. He will tell about the crimes of the Communist regime in the country.

Romanian President Klaus Iohannis on Thursday, July 25, signed the law on creation in Bucharest of a Museum of the horrors of communism. This was reported by the press service of the head of state.

It is noted that the Museum be placed in the Palace of the Parliament.

It shows “the reality of socio-economic and cultural life in Romania during the period 1945-1989 years.”

The Museum’s mission will be to inform the public about the abuses, crimes, torture against opponents of the Communist regime.

In the text of the law States that the activities of the Museum will be financed from the state budget and from own income from work, gifts and sponsorship.

The government prescribed 120-day period after the law comes into force to prepare a draft resolution on the grounds of the Museum of the horrors of communism in Romania.

We will remind, in July in Ukraine officially launched the national Commission for the rehabilitation of victims of the Communist regime.

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