Jobbik: State security’s past must be uncovered
Budapest, May 24 (MTI) – The opposition Jobbik party has called for documents related to the past activities of Hungary’s secret services to be uncovered, claiming that more and more evidence pointed to members of government suppressing information of their collaboration.
News reports indicate that a former Christian Democrat lawmaker and the head of a charity, both closely tied to the governing parties, had been informers, Ádám Mirkóczki, the party’s spokesman, told a news conference on Wednesday.
He insisted that the Fidesz ruling alliance with the Christian Democrats was full of “informers, agents and servants of the state-security dictatorship”.
The Jobbik politician vowed to put a line under the past and erect a monument to the victims of the state security apparatus.
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