§ 39. Mr. F. Willey
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what steps are being taken to secure and safeguard the rights of the Hungarian minority in Transylvania.
§ Mr. Mayhew
The following draft articles for inclusion in the Rumanian Peace Treaty were approved by a two-thirds majority at the Paris Peace Conference and are now due to be considered by the Council of Foreign Ministers in New York:
"Rumania shall take all measures necessary to secure to all persons under Rumanian jurisdiction, without distinction as to race, sex, language or religion, the enjoyment of human rights and of 156W the fundamental freedoms including freedom of expression, of Press and publication, of religious worship, of political opinion and of public meeting.
Rumania further undertakes that the laws in force in Rumania shall not, either in their content or in their application, discriminate or entail any discrimination between persons of Rumanian nationality on the ground of their race, sex, language or religion, whether in reference to their persons, property, business, professional or financial interests, status, political or civic rights, or any other matters."