Why did the workers’ councils of Hungary oppose the Kadar government?

The workers’ councils of Hungary opposed the Kadar government because he was a nominee from the leaders of the CPSU party, previously repressed by Stalin. The people fought for the return of Nagy to power. Hungarian writers and students advocated the continuation of his democratic reforms. The workers’ councils could exert pressure on Nagy. Kadar suppressed all uprisings with particular cruelty. Arranged massive repressions, eventually sentenced to death for “betraying the motherland” Imre Nagy and then took advantage of his economic reforms, which allowed Hungary to become one of the prosperous countries in Europe in the future.

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