|Minister of Agriculture of Hungary|
16 January 1991 – 22 February 1993
|Preceded by||Ferenc József Nagy|
|Succeeded by||János Szabó|
6 May 1942|
Rábatamási, Kingdom of Hungary
|Political party||FKGP, EKGP|
During his ministership he tried to compensate farmers and agrarian workers as a result subdivided land structure formed which the main cause of difficulties of the Hungarian agriculture. The coalition between the Hungarian Democratic Forum (MDF) and the Independent Smallholders, Agrarian Workers and Civic Party broke up in 1992. Gergátz wanted to stay in the government so he was excluded from the party. Soon after he joined to the United Smallholders' Party (EKGP).
- Bölöny, József – Hubai, László: Magyarország kormányai 1848–2004 [Cabinets of Hungary 1848–2004], Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, 2004 (5th edition).
- Zsigmond Király Főiskola - Jelenkutató Csoport
Ferenc József Nagy
|Minister of Agriculture
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