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Parliament last Tuesday finished its general debate on the draft law governing treatment of data on secret agents of the former Communist regime. However, governing parties MSZP and SZDSZ could not reach agreement over the draft law.

SZDSZ MPs Imre Mécs and Gábor Fodor both have submitted amendments and started negotiations with the Socialists in order to convince them by the end-vote scheduled in two weeks. Early last week it was revealed that several former secret agents of the Interior Ministry’s former III/III department, which was dismissed in February 1990, remained in service and made it to influential state positions.

József Horváth, who acted under the Communist regime as a secret agent monitoring the left-leaning opposition, turned out to be a high ranking officer in the National Security Office until 2002. Gyula L. Kékesdi, who once spied as a secret agent on the rural opposition to the Communist power, later served as an officer of the Security Service in the Interior Ministry’s Special Forces under the Fidesz-led government, which governed between 1998 and 2002. Today he serves at the national security office of the Prime Minister’s Office. Gábor Péter-Bartha, who is the secretary of the government’s national security committee, formerly served as a secret agent spying on members of the Catholic Church during the Communist regime.

 

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