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He has been decorated with the Order for the "Socialist Hungary" during the socialist dictatorship.
I have not found any source yet. The only source is some politically biased blog entry, claiming that István Tarlós received (or deserves now - according to the writer) the abovementioned decoration: http://olvass-nezz-lass.hupont.hu/43/a-szocialista-magyarorszag-kituntetest-kaptak. This seems totally fake, according to the very same blog, Mr. Viktor Orbán is decorated with this as well, "for his decades-long work" in some kind of Communist Council of the city of Székesfehérvár. Mr. Orbán graduated at the age of 27, in Budapest, in 1987, only 2 years before the regime change. It is impossible to work for decades, when he was only 29 in 1989 and when he had to be in an other city. --Ltbuni (talk) 20:37, 1 September 2013 (UTC)