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Bucharest, Dec 2 /Agerpres/ - Bucharest Court of Appeal decided on Tuesday to remand Beke Istvan Attila, a Romanian citizen of Hungarian ethnicity who planned to detonate an improvised explosive device at the December 1 National Day celebrations in Targu Secuiesc in custody for 30 days.

The ruling is not final, but is binding, so that Beke Istvan Attila will be put under arrest.

Beke was detained by the prosecutors of the Directorate for the Investigation of Organised Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) on Tuesday, being charged with attempted actions against constitutional order and failure to observe the rules governing the explosive materials regarding the prevention and combat of terrorism.

He was taken to the Bucharest-based Directorate offices, where he was heard by the prosecutors for several hours and afterwards he was taken before a Bucharest Court of Appeal judge with the proposal of being put under preventive arrest.

According to the investigating bodies, there is information that Beke Istvan, an important member of the Romanian extension of nationalist extremist structure HVIM based in Hungary, that has revisionist and separatist objectives, among which to carry out the goal of putting hindrances to the Romanian authorities' act of exercising the state power in what the separatists call Szeklers' Land, by violent acts directed against the Romanian citizens and their goods, had taken upon himself and later procured the means and instruments needed to build an improvised explosive device, which he planned to detonate in public, in Targu Secuiesc, during the National Day celebrations.

"The materials and devices seized at the conducted searches were able to put the Romanian citizens and their assets in danger, with the defendant's actions being stopped by the legal measures taken by the Directorate prosecutors, with the support of the Romanian Intelligence Service", the DIICOT said in a release.

According to judicial sources, the searches conducted by the prosecutors at an air soft training range near Covasna revealed pyrotechnical and electronic materials, which assembled have the capability to produce disasters and which are banned from being held by the citizens.

The prosecutors explained they found 400 pyrotechnical materials, electronic devices for the initiation and temporization of electronic impulses, as well as night-sighting military devices and an image booster, which are also banned from being held by individuals, the release explained. AGERPRES

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