Authorities have ordered that the bronze statue of Imre Nagy, who was the country's prime minister at the time of the rebellion, to be moved from its current position on a square near the parliament in the capital, Budapest.
Imre Nagy was hanged in 1958 for his role in the revolt.
to a less prominent place next year. The idea is to place a monument to the victims of the short-lived communist regime of 1919, at the place where Imre Nagy statue now stands.
The political opposition in Hungary, accusing Orbán of historically are indeed related and claims that his aim is to establish Miklós horthy's place in the Hungarian history.
Hungarian leaders before and during the second world war, allowed the deportation of Hungarian jews to the naziläger, which led to around 450.000 people were killed.
But Orbán's supporters claim that the prime minister's intention with statyflytten is to wipe out the communist regime in the public space in the capital, to the benefit of the period before the second world war.