Károly Németh (born 1922) is a Hungarian political figure. He served as the socialist president of Hungary between June 25, 1987, and June 29, 1988. ...more on Wikipedia about "Károly Németh"
Katalin Szili (born May 13, 1956 in Barcs, Hungary) is the President of the National Assembly of Hungary, a post to which she was elected in 2002. After obtaining a degree in law at Janus Pannonius University, she completed majors in human ecology and political science. She has been a legislator since 1994. Between 1994 and 1998 she was the political secretary of the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Water. ...more on Wikipedia about "Katalin Szili"
Ladislas Szalay (or László Szalay, 1813- 1864), Hungarian statesman and historian, was born at Buda on the 18th of April 1813. After the completion of his studies, he became a member of the Hungarian parliament, and in 1848 he represented Hungary in the German national parliament at Frankfurt. He took part in the revolution of 1848-49, and was obliged to seek refuge in Switzerland, where he wrote his history of Hungary. This important work, published at Budapest (1856-1860), extends to 1707. Szalay also wrote remarkable studies on Pitt, Fox, Mirabeau and other statesmen, and contributed very considerably to the codification of Magyar law. In later life he returned to Hungary, but he died at Salzburg on the 17th of July 1864. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ladislas Szalay"
László Kovács ( pronounced ) (born 3 July 1939) is a Hungarian politician and diplomat, currently serving as European Commissioner for Taxation and Customs Union. He was the foreign minister of Hungary twice, from 1994 to 1998 and from 2002 to 2004. He is also a former chairman of the Hungarian Socialist Party, from 1998 to 2004. ...more on Wikipedia about "László Kovács"
László Sólyom ( pronounced ) born on January 3 1942 is the President of Hungary, having overcome the Hungarian Socialist Party nominee Katalin Szili in the election on June 7 2005. He was sworn in on the same day and he took office on August 5, 2005. ...more on Wikipedia about "László Sólyom"
Levin Rauch de Nyek ( 1819 - 1890) was a politician from the Kingdom of Hungary in the late 19th century, the viceroy of Croatia- Slavonia for four years (1867-1871). ...more on Wikipedia about "Levin Rauch"
Miklós Horthy de Nagybánya, Duke of Szeged and Otranto ( Hungarian: Vitéz Nagybányai Horthy Miklós; Kenderes, June 18, 1868 – Estoril, February 9, 1957) was a Hungarian Admiral and statesman and served as the Regent of Hungary from March 1, 1920 until October 15, 1944. He was styled as "His Serene Highness the Regent of Hungary" (Ő Főméltósága a Magyar Királyság Kormányzója). ...more on Wikipedia about "Miklós Horthy" Things go better with www.shortopedia.com.
Miklós Horthy II (in Hungarian language#Name order, Horthy Miklós; February 14 1907 – March 28 1993) was the younger son of Hungarian regent Admiral Miklós Horthy and, until the end of World War II, a politician. After the death of his elder brother István in 1942, Miklós Jr. became more powerful in his father's government and supported his efforts to end Hungary's involvement with the Axis Powers. However, on October 15 1944 he was kidnapped by German commandos (led by Otto Skorzeny) and threatened with death unless his father surrendered. His father complied and both he and Miklós Jr. survived the war. ...more on Wikipedia about "Miklós Horthy, Jr."
Baron Miklós Wesselényi ( 1796- 1850), Hungarian statesman, son of Baron Miklós Wesselényi and Ilona Cserei, was born at Zsibó, and was educated at his father's castle by Mózes Pataky in the most liberal and patriotic direction. ...more on Wikipedia about "Miklós Wesselényi"
Pál Losonczi ( 18 September 1919 – 28 March 2005) was a Hungarian Communist political figure. He was Chairman of the Presidential Council (i.e., titular head of state) in 1967-87. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pál Losonczi"
Pál Szinyei Merse (also known Paul von Szinyei-Merse; 1845 – 1920) was a Hungarian painter and politician. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pál Szinyei Merse"
Péter Doszpot (born on 4 December 1962, in Debrecen) is a Hungarian Member of Parliament and a member of Hungarian Socialist Party. After the elections in 2002, he was working as the vice president of Parliament’s policing committee. Formerly, he was one of the most famous policemen working on high-profile murder cases in Hungary. He was often referred to as the "starcop". ...more on Wikipedia about "Péter Doszpot"
Péter Kiss (born 1959) is a Hungarian politician. He was one of the candidates to succeed Péter Medgyessy as prime minister in 2004 but lost to Ferenc Gyurcsány. ...more on Wikipedia about "Péter Kiss"
Sándor Rónai ( Miskolc, 1892 – Budapest, 1965) was a Hungarian Communist political figure. He served as president of Hungary between 1950 and 1952. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sándor Rónai"
Tamás Bakócz ( 1442 – June 15, 1521), Hungarian archbishop, cardinal and statesman. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tamás Bakócz"
Tibor Szamuely ( 1890 – 1919) was a Hungarian Communist leader. He started his political activities as a member of the Hungarian Social Democratic Party. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tibor Szamuely"
Zoltán Böszörmény ( 5 January 1893-?) was a leading exponent of Fascism in Hungary before the Second World War. ...more on Wikipedia about "Zoltán Böszörmény"
This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License.
It uses material from the Wikipedia . Direct links to the original articles are in the text.
If you use exact copy or modified of this article you should preserve above paragraph and put also : It uses material from the Shortopedia article about "Hungarian politicians".
|MAIN PAGE||MAIN INDEX||CONTACT US|