Hungary: Leading Personalities in Hungary, 1982

1 Jan 1982

A file of correspondence and reports concerning the leading personalities in Hungary in 1982. The report offers personality notes and career profiles on leading members of the Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party, including the First Secretary, János Kádár, the politburo, the Central Committee secretaries, and the membership of the Central Committee. Information is also provided on the Hungarian Council of Ministers, and on members of the Presidential Council, including the vice-presidents and the president, Pál Losonczi. Other individuals covered in the file include leading bankers; newspaper editors; academics; writers; trade unionists; businessmen; diplomatic officials such as the Hungarian ambassador to the U.K., Rezső Bányász; and religious leaders such as the primate of Hungary, László Lékai.
hungary banking business journalists literature politicians trade unions domestic politics academics Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party János Kádár diplomatic officials Pál Losonczi Hungarian government József Marjai Lajos Faluvégi György Lázár György Aczél Sándor Gáspár László Lékai Rezső Bányász Rezső Trautmann
Collection ID
Department Reference
ENH 10/1
Document Type
Correspondence Reports
File Reference
FCO 28/4876
Documents or parts of documents in this file were retained under Section 40(2) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
Persons Discussed
György Aczél György Lázár János Kádár József Marjai Lajos Faluvégi László Lékai Pál Losonczi Rezső Bányász Rezső Trautmann Sándor Gáspár
Published in
United Kingdom
Subject Countries
Domestic Politics

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