Travel Assistance And Advisories For Romania

In July 1934, the “Law for Employment of Romanian Workers in Firms” was enacted, and established a numerus clausus. Its plan was the numerus nullus, i.e., revoking the licenses of Jewish lawyers who were currently members of the bar and not accepting new registrations. In December 1922, Christian students at the four universities proclaimed numerus clausus as their system riots followed at the universities and against the Jewish population. As…Read More