|Speaker of the House of Representatives|
17 December 1898 – 2 March 1899
|Preceded by||Dezső Szilágyi|
|Succeeded by||Dezső Perczel|
27 August 1814|
Nemeskisfalud, Kingdom of Hungary
|Died||31 January 1915
|Political party||Resolution Party (1861)
Left Centre (1865-1868)
Party of 1848 (1868-1870)
Party of Independence and '48 (1884-1915)
József Madarász de Kisfalud (27 August 1814 – 31 January 1915) was a Hungarian lawyer and politician, who served as Speaker of the House of Representatives between 1898 and 1899. He functioned as an emissary in the Hungarian Diet of 1832-1836. Later he served as Member of Parliament from 1848 to 1915, his death (except the period between 1848 and 1867 when the National Assembly was not convened).
He was born into a Calvinist family, his parents were court judge Gedeon Madarász and Zsófia Tóth.
- Jónás, Károly - Villám, Judit: A Magyar Országgyűlés elnökei 1848-2002. Argumentum, Budapest, 2002. pp. 129–133
|Speaker of the House of Representatives