Is the spy-case a conceptual process?
Thursday, 25 August 2011 12:47
According to the civil movement Hungarian Democratic Charter, signs are pointing more and more to the suspicion that the spy-case is a conceptual process. According to the Charter’s declaration, passed to the daily newspaper Népszabadság, the secret service has seriously violated the law. The Hungarian Democratic Charter calls on the public to realize that in the so-called spy-case signs are pointing more and more to the suspicion that the spy-case is a conceptual process, just like in dictatorships.
This week the son of the former leader of the Hungarian secret service, Lajos Galambos Jr. started a prosecution against two associates of the National Defend Service, because of official abuse and compelled interrogation. Galambos claims that he was forced illegally to give information to the ongoing process against his father. He was also forced to change his attorney. If the secret service blackmailed the son of the suspected, this in itself is breaking elementary norms of a constitutional state. Classifying the case top secret for such a long period of time, which is breaking operative law, is trespassing on norms of a constitutional state, too. The Charter’s declaration passed to the daily newspaper Népszabadság underlines that the principles of the constitutional state are roughly offended by this process and that it induces the conclusion that it’s all about a „stage play” with a verdict which has already been constructed in the government’s mind. The declaration was made by the spokesmen of the Charter Tamás Bauer, László Marton and Iván Vitányi.