Corneliu Vadim Tudor, hospitalized at the Army’s Centre for Cardiovascular Diseases


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Greater Romania Party (PRM) founder, Corneliu Vadim Tudor, was hospitalized Monday morning at the Army’s Emergency Clinic Centre for Cardiovascular Diseases, after feeling sick, according to medical sources, quoted by
The PRM founder is in the hospital, although three hours earlier he posted on his Facebook page a story about a concert he attended during the weekend.
MEP Corneliu Vadim Tudor was hospitalized before, in March 2013, at the Military Hospital in the cardiology department. C.V. Tudor was hospitalized several times in recent years due to diabetes and heart disease.

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