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Protected by special laws (in themselves, inaccessible to the wider public or to the citizens) and organised by military regulations, yet preferring clandestineness, the DGPP was the institution of censorship which, alongside the Security Direction, represented one of the most feared and despised instruments of the communist state in Romania during the first three decades of the regime.
At times, the dark, quasi-unreadable video image mimes the very clandestineness and shadowy ambiguity of the illegal workers' status.
The Council, however, though recognizing previously contracted clandestine marriages had ruled that clandestineness would be an impediment to validity thenceforth (Canons and Decrees of the Council of Trent, 24th session, chap.