György Lukács (politician)
|Minister of Religion and Education of Hungary|
18 June 1905 – 6 March 1906
|Preceded by||Albert Berzeviczy|
|Succeeded by||Gyula Tost|
10 September 1865|
Nagyvárad, Kingdom of Hungary
|Died||28 September 1950
Budapest, People's Republic of Hungary
|Political party||Liberal Party, Constitution Party, Unity Party|
- This article is about the Austro-Hungarian politician. For the Communist philosopher, who also served as Minister of Education, see György Lukács.
György Lukács (10 September 1865 – 28 September 1950) was a Hungarian politician, who served as Minister of Religion and Education between 1905 and 1906. From 1887 to 1897 he worked for the Ministry of the Interior. He suggested to nationalize the institution of parish register. He had significant role in the crush of the peasant movements. He was member of the Diet of Hungary from 1921. During the Regency he was active in the works of the Interparliamentary Union and the League of Nations Union. He served as president of the Hungarian National Fine Art Association and manager chairman of the chauvinist Hungarian Revisionist League party.
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