"The government thinks it can put an end to the past," Kenedi said. "For Fidesz, history starts and ends with them and what came before in Hungarian history does not exist. Their aim is collective amnesia."
"All victims have the right to ask the state security archives to classify any files relating to them for 90 years," Kenedi said. "But anyone who cuts out pages from the original files with a razor denies others the right to access their own history."