Károly Grecsák

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Károly Grecsák
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Minister of Justice of Hungary
In office
18 August 1917 – 25 January 1918
Preceded by Vilmos Vázsonyi
Succeeded by Vilmos Vázsonyi
Personal details
Born (1854-11-15)November 15, 1854
Versec, Kingdom of Hungary
Died 17 December 1924(1924-12-17) (aged 70)
Budapest, Kingdom of Hungary
Political party Party of Hungarian Order
Profession politician, jurist

Károly Grecsák (15 November 1854 - 17 December 1924) was a Hungarian politician and jurist, who served as Minister of Justice between 1917 and 1918. He was a representative of the Moderate Opposition from 1881 to 1891. He was the founder and an editor of the first German language oppositional newspaper, the Budapester Tageblatt. From 1891 he worked as a judge for the Court of Szeged, later moved to Budapest to the Court. After the ministership he became a lawyer in the capital city. He was the founder and chairman of the Party of Hungarian Order which functioned from 1920 to 1922.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Vilmos Vázsonyi
Minister of Justice
1917–1918
Succeeded by
Vilmos Vázsonyi