He is carried out after the lawsuits initiated by Mátyás Rákosi, the fights within the Hungarian Communist party put aside, because he is opposed to Rákosi which one is protected from Stalin.
CourseThe bonds of Rajk with the Communisme begin at an early age when he becomes member of the Hungarian Communist party. Later, it is expelled of sound Université for its political ideas and becomes Ouvrier in the building until in 1936 where it joined the camp of the Popular front at the time of the Guerre of Spain. He is then imprisoned in France until in 1941 then, finally authorized to turn over to Hungary, he becomes secretary of the Central committee there Communist party (then clandestine). He is again imprisoned until the arrival of the Red Army in Hungary. After the control of the internal security forces was entrusted to the Hungarian Communists by the Soviets, Rajk, then Minister of Interior Department, becomes responsible for the political police of the Communist party AVH. In 1948, Rajk is named Foreign Minister, without it being possible to know if this nomination constitutes a promotion or a degradation. Rakosi, which sees in Rajk a threat with its capacity, decides to show it false loads and the fact of stopping in 1949.
LawsuitRajk is shown to be a spy titist, an ambassador with the service of the Western Impérialisme and to work with the restoration of the Capitalisme and the handing-over in question of independence of Hungary. During its stay in prison, Rajk is tortured and Janos Kadar promises the payment to him if it takes the responsability for the loads weighing against him. In September 1949, he admits them all. After its confession, the charge decides, in spite of the made promise, to claim the heaviest sentence against him and the 18 other people in judgment with him. Rajk will be used as example for the anti-titistes purgings of Stalin. Rajk, just as the 18 others shown, is condemned to died and carried out. Its Lawsuit mark one of the cruelest events of the history of Hungary until the lawsuits of Imre Nagy and others shown in 1958.
RehabilitationThe lawsuit of Rajk marks the beginning of the anti-titiste movement of Stalin and the repression of the Hungarian political parties. The purgings, as for them, leave the economy of Hungary in a disastrous state because the insufficiency of the re-entries of capital slows down the sector of construction. Moreover, one big part of the Intelligentsia is employed with the manual work generally reserved for other categories of the population. That gives a country having of inadequate infrastructures and manufactured goods of bad quality. Moreover, the government employs a great number of people in the search of foreign spies to the detriment of the production work.
Dissatisfaction with respect to the mode with Rákosi then starts to make surface and, the March 28th 1956, after many demonstrations, Rajk is rehabilitated. The speech made on this occasion, although not being published at the time, has important consequences for Rákosi which used the judgment of Rajk to explain other internal purgings. It must then admit that it wrongly, which destroys its authority on the country.
Rajk is then reinterred with 3 other men who lost their lives during the purgings. Many victims of these purgings must still be identified of which certain having lost their governmental stations to be itself opposite with the mode of Rákosi.
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