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Topic - Maria Schmidt
Maria Schmidt, director of Budapest's House of Terror museum, said she hoped lawmakers would rethink the plan.
"If these files are handed over, facts and connections will be no longer be able to be researched," Schmidt said. "Without them, we cannot create a precise picture of the regime and we can't show future generations the meaning of terror, the dictatorship's manipulativeness and nature and the arising human depravity."