Cristian Terheș

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Person.png Cristian Terheș   TwitterRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(Politician, Covid-19 dissenter)
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Terheș showing the contracts that he as a member of the European Parliament received.
NationalityRomanian
Alma materBabeș-Bolyai University, Fullerton College
Interests • Pfizer
• Covid-19 vaccine

Cristian Terheș is a Romanian politician currently (2021) serving as a Member of the European Parliament for Christian Democratic National Peasants' Party (PNȚ-CD) after being elected for the Social Democratic Party of Romania.[1]

He joined the Christian Democratic National Peasants' Party (PNȚ-CD) in May 2020 and then became a member of European Christian Political Movement (ECPM).[2]

Covid-19 dissent

MEPs Supporting the rights of workers against the mandatory Digital Certificate - press conference

Together with other colleagues of the right-wing in the EU parliament he held a press conference on 28th October 2021,[3][4][5][6] regarding contracts the EU signed with big pharma companies for Covid-19 vaccines; 23.79% of the important parts of the contracts were redacted.[7]

He was interviewed for the Corona Investigative Committee in November 2021.[8]

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