ca. 1936

“Laws Limiting or Eliminating Jews from Certain Professions” [Romania] [Unconfirmed]

Commentary from other sources:
1) “In December 1936, a parliamentary commission began consideration of a draft law to review the citizenship lists through which Romania’s national minorities, including the majority of Romanian Jews, had obtained Romanian citizenship. This sweeping draft did not become law, but the Tatarescu government issued a series of less ambitious decree-laws and administrative orders aimed at limiting or eliminating the presence of Jews in the liberal professions, finance and other branches of the economy.”
On the T_t_rescu government and the restrictive measures introduced in 1937;, see Iancu; pp. 295-303