Miklós Vásárhelyi (9 October 1917–31 July 2001) was a dissident politician and author in communist Hungary, born in Fiume, who survived imprisonment and persecution by the old regime, and was a force for change over more than three decades.
On two notable occasions separated by more than 30 years, he played an important part in attempts to transform Hungary from a one-party communist state into a multi-party democracy.
- Nagy Imre Emlékplakett (1996)
- Demény Pál Emlékérem (1997)
- Francia Köztársaság Becsületrendje (1997)
- Pro Renovanda Cultura Hungariae fődíja (1998)
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