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Jobbik wants MPs’ communist-era secret police files released to public

The opposition Jobbik-Conservatives has submitted to parliament proposals to investigate MPs' activities in the communist secret police before the 1989 regime change and to defenestrate lawmakers who were spies and collaborators.

It is especially important to identify lawmakers who worked as members or agents of the state party’s secret service, Jobbik lawmaker Zoltan Sas, who also heads parliament’s national security committee, told a press conference on Monday.

Sas has submitted two proposals to parliament on investigating sitting and former lawmakers.

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