||This article includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. (March 2013)|
|Minister of the Interior of Hungary|
23 June 1950 – 20 April 1951
|Preceded by||János Kádár|
|Succeeded by||Árpád Házi|
May 19, 1913|
|Died||20 April 1951
|Political party||Hungarian Communist Party, Hungarian Worker's Party|
He was born in Nagyvárad, after the Treaty of Trianon the family moved to Hungary, Berettyóújfalu. In 1932 he joined to the illegal communist party with supporting of Gyula Kállai. From 1942 he worked as a physician in the Berettyóújfalu hospital. He was a member of the interim national assembly in Debrecen at the end of the Second World War.
In the Rákosi regime, he was appointed as Interior Minister. On 19 April 1951, on the party's congress, Mátyás Rákosi criticized the work of the Ministry of the Interior. The next day the authorities found Zöld's dead body together with those of his whole family: two children, his wife and his mother. According to the official information, Zöld killed his family then committed suicide. He was relieved of his interior ministerial position on the day of his death, and he was deprived of his offices in the Communist Party. His ashes was buried in an honorary grave in the Kerepesi Cemetery on 1 June 1957, but the accurate clarification of the bygones was canceled.
|Minister of the Interior
|This article about a Hungarian politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|