|Founded||16 April 1865|
|Dissolved||1 March 1875|
|Preceded by||Address Party|
|Succeeded by||Liberal Party|
|Headquarters||Budapest, Kingdom of Hungary|
|Ideology||National liberalism (Hungary)
(in constitutional terms)
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. It won another majority in the 1872 elections, but Déak retired from public life in 1873, setting the party into decline.