Máriusz Révész

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Máriusz Révész in 2016

Máriusz Révész (born 31 May 1967, in Budapest[1]) is a Hungarian politician of the Fidesz party and member of the Parliament of Hungary.[2] After the Fall of Communism in Hungary he entered the local government of the 10th district of Budapest shortly after the first free elections in 1990. In 1991 he became the chairman of the local Fidesz chapter in the same district. He was first elected as a member of the Hungarian Parliament in 1998. He was reelected in 2002, 2006, and 2010, serving four terms. Révész was a member of the education committee. Révész did not secure a mandate in the 2014 parliamentary election, however he became a Member of Parliament again in September 2014, when he replaced Róbert Rácz.[3]

On 23 October 2006, during the protests against the Socialist government, he was attacked while trying to mediate between police and a crowd during the Gyurcsány cabinet. The attackers were not found but two policeman were charged as accomplices because they did not do anything to help Révész at the time he was attacked. They were convicted in April 2011 to one year in jail, the sentence was suspended.[4]


  1. ^ (PDF) http://www.parlament.hu/kepv/eletrajz/hu/r005.pdf.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ Máriusz Révész data sheet from the Parliament website
  3. ^ "Visszatér a parlamentbe Révész Máriusz". Heti Világgazdaság. 2014-07-08. Retrieved 2015-10-26. 
  4. ^ Elítélték a rendőröket, akik hagyták megverni Révész Máriuszt – index.hu, 2011. április 14.