Hungary Central Control Committee
Sources: The Library of Congress Country Studies; CIA World Factbook
According to the Party Rules, the Central Control Committee "works to assist the strengthening of the party's ideological, political, [and] organizational unity, and the instruction of party membership; keeps watch over the political behavior, party loyalty, and moral purity of the party membership; [and] fights consistently against all forms of antiparty factional activity." This committee conducts disciplinary investigations, hears appeals against decisions of lower party organs, and audits the economic and financial records of party bodies. In 1985 the Thirteenth Party Congress elected twenty-five members to this committee. A chairman and a secretary managed the work of this party organ.
Data as of September 1989
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