Deák Party

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Deák Party
Deák Párt
Founded 16 April 1865 (1865-04-16)
Dissolved 1 March 1875 (1875-03-01)
Preceded by Address Party
Succeeded by Liberal Party
Headquarters Budapest, Kingdom of Hungary
Ideology National liberalism (Hungary)
'67 ideology
Political position Centre-right
(in constitutional terms)
International affiliation None
Colours    Blue

The Deák Party (Hungarian: Deák Párt) was a political party in Hungary in the 1860s and 1870s led by Ferenc Deák.


The Deák Party was founded in 1865 as the successor to the Address Party. It won the 1865 elections in Hungary, and also won a large majority in the 1869 elections following the Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867.[1] It won another majority in the 1872 elections, but Déak retired from public life in 1873, setting the party into decline.[1]

In February 1875 it merged with the Left Centre to form the Liberal Party.[1]


  1. ^ a b c Vincent E McHale (1983) Political parties of Europe, Greenwood Press, p499 ISBN 0-313-23804-9