Imre Nagy was PM during the 1956 Revolution, and was eventually tried and executed in a show trial when the Revolution ultimately failed. As a result, he became a hero to the Hungarian people. This statue facing the Parliament is a fitting tribute to his heroism; the tourists clamouring over it are not. Think of how you would feel if someone did that in your country on a statue of one your country's heroes/martyrs. Knock it off!
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