|Minister of Agriculture of Hungary|
31 October 1918 – 21 March 1919
|Preceded by||Béla Serényi|
|Succeeded by||Sándor Csizmadia
1 January 1873|
Tolcsva, Kingdom of Hungary, Austria-Hungary
|Died||2 May 1944
Budapest, Kingdom of Hungary
|Political party||Independence Party, United Party of Independence and of 1848 (Károlyi Party)|
He worked as an editor of the Felsőmagyarországi Hírlap from 1897. He was a member of the House of Representatives between 1905 and 1910. Later he functioned as editor of the Budapest (from 1906) and Magyarország (from 1908) newspapers. He went with Mihály Károlyi to the politician's country tour in the United States in 1914.
From 31 October 1918 he served as Minister of Agriculture, he represented Károlyi's land reform ideas. He created the "People's Law" (1919: 36. tc.), which was about the land distribution. As acting justice minister he took part in the foundation of the Defence League of the Hungarian Territorial Integrity with a promotion.
During the Hungarian Soviet Republic he published anti-communist and revisionist works. From 1921 he practized as a lawyer in the capital city. He wrote many poems and literature works using the pseudonym of Krónikás (Chronicler).
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