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The Minister of Human Resources of Hungary (Hungarian: Magyarország emberierőforrás-minisztere) is a member of the Hungarian cabinet and the head of the Ministry of Human Resources. The current minister of human resources is Zoltán Balog.

This page is a list of Ministers of Education of Hungary.

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Minister of Education (1848)[edit]

Hungarian Kingdom (1848)[edit]

Parties   Opposition Party

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Barabas-eotvos.jpg József Eötvös
(1813–1871)
7 April 1848 11 September 1848 Opposition Party Batthyány Last Diet
1 (1848)
The Ministry of Education (Nevelésügyi Minisztérium) was reorganized into the Ministry of Religion and Public Education (Vallás- és Közoktatásügyi Minisztérium) on 12 September 1848.

Ministers of Religion and Public Education (1848–1919)[edit]

Hungarian Kingdom (1848–1849)[edit]

Parties   Opposition Party   Independent

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
Barabas-batthyany.jpg Lajos Batthyány
(1807–1849)
acting
12 September 1848 28 September 1848 Opposition Party Batthyány 1 (1848)
Szász Károly (1798-1853).jpg Károly Szász
(1798–1853)
acting as Secretary of State
28 September 1848 2 October 1848 Independent
2 October 1848 14 April 1849 Committee of National Defence

Hungarian State (1849)[edit]

Parties   Independent

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
Szász Károly (1798-1853).jpg Károly Szász
(1798–1853)
acting as Secretary of State
14 April 1849 2 May 1849 Independent Committee of National Defence 1 (1848)
1 Horváth Mihály1867.jpg Mihály Horváth
(1809–1878)
2 May 1849 11 August 1849 Independent Szemere

After the collapse of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848, the Hungarian Kingdom became an integral part of the Austrian Empire until 1867, when dual Austro-Hungarian Monarchy was created.

Hungarian Kingdom (1867–1918)[edit]

Parties   Deák Party/Liberal Party/National Party of Work   F48P/F48P–Károlyi   Catholic People's Party   Independent

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Barabas-eotvos.jpg József Eötvös
(1813–1871)
20 February 1867 2 February 1871 Deák Party Andrássy
DP
3 (1865)
4 (1869)
Szlavy Jozsef.jpg József Szlávy
(1818–1900)
acting
2 February 1871 10 February 1871 Deák Party
2 Pauler Tivadar.jpg Tivadar Pauler
(1816–1886)
10 February 1871 14 November 1871 Deák Party
14 November 1871 4 September 1872 Lónyay
DP
5 (1872)
3 Trefort Ágoston Ellinger.jpg Ágoston Trefort
(1817–1888)
4 September 1872 4 December 1872 Deák Party
4 December 1872 21 March 1874 Szlávy
DP
21 March 1874 2 March 1875 Bittó
DPBK
(3) 2 March 1875 20 October 1875 Liberal Party Wenckheim
SZP
20 October 1875 22 August 1888
(died in office)
K. Tisza
SZP
6 (1875)
7 (1878)
8 (1881)
9 (1884)
10 (1887)
Baross Gábor Morelli.jpg Gábor Baross
(1848–1892)
acting
23 August 1888 22 September 1888 Liberal Party
4 Csáky Albin Koller.jpg Albin Csáky
(1841–1912)
22 September 1888 13 March 1890 Liberal Party
13 March 1890 17 November 1892 Szapáry
SZP
11 (1892)
17 November 1892 10 June 1894 Wekerle I
SZP
5 Roland Eotvos.jpg Loránd Eötvös
(1848–1919)
10 June 1894 15 January 1895 Liberal Party
6 Wlassics Gyula.jpg Gyula Wlassics
(1852–1937)
15 January 1895 26 February 1899 Liberal Party Bánffy
SZP
12 (1896)
26 February 1899 27 June 1903 Széll
SZP
13 (1901)
27 June 1903 3 November 1903 Khuen-Héderváry I
SZP
7 Berzeviczy Albert.jpg Albert Berzeviczy
(1853–1936)
3 November 1903 18 June 1905 Liberal Party I. Tisza I
SZP
8 Lukacsgyorgy.jpg György Lukács
(1865–1950)
18 June 1905 6 March 1906 Independent Fejérváry
SZP
14 (1905)
9 Tost Gyula - Vasárnapi Újság Vol. 53 No. 11..jpg Gyula Tost
(1846–1929)
6 March 1906 8 April 1906 Liberal Party
10 Apponyi Albert 1910.jpg Albert Apponyi
(1846–1933)
1st term
8 April 1906 17 January 1910 F48P Wekerle II
F48POAP–KNP–PDP
15 (1906)
Székely Ferenc.jpg Ferenc Székely
(1842–1921)
acting
17 January 1910 1 March 1910 National Party of Work Khuen-Héderváry II
NMP
11 Zichy János.jpg János Zichy
(1868–1944)
1st term
1 March 1910 22 April 1912 National Party of Work
16 (1910)
22 April 1912 26 February 1913 Lukács
NMP
12 Paczka Jankovich Béla.jpg Béla Jankovich
(1865–1939)
26 February 1913 10 June 1913 National Party of Work
10 June 1913 15 June 1917 I. Tisza II
NMP
(10) Apponyi Albert 1910.jpg Albert Apponyi
(1846–1933)
2nd term
15 June 1917 23 August 1917 F48P Esterházy
NMPF48POAP–PDP–KNP
23 August 1917 8 May 1918 Wekerle III
NMPF48POAP–PDP–KNP
(11) Zichy János.jpg János Zichy
(1868–1944)
2nd term
8 May 1918 31 October 1918 National Party of Work
Huszar Karoly.jpg Károly Huszár
(1882–1941)
30 October 1918 31 October 1918 Catholic People's Party Hadik
not formed
13 Lovászy Márton 1910-28.JPG Márton Lovászy
(1846–1933)
31 October 1918 16 November 1918 F48P–Károlyi M. Károlyi
F48P–Károlyi–PRP–MSZDP
MNT (—)

Hungarian People's Republic (1918–1919)[edit]

Parties   F48P–Károlyi

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Lovászy Márton 1910-28.JPG Márton Lovászy
(1846–1933)
16 November 1918 22 December 1918 F48P–Károlyi M. Károlyi
F48P–Károlyi–PRP–MSZDP
MNT (—)
Coat of arms of Hungary (1918-1919).svg Sándor Juhász Nagy
(1883–1946)
acting as Secretary of State
22 December 1918 19 January 1919 F48P–Károlyi
19 January 1919 22 January 1919 Berinkey
F48P–Károlyi–PRP–MSZDP–OKGFP
The ministry was divided into the Ministry of Religion (Vallásügyi Minisztérium) and the Ministry of Public Education (Közoktatásügyi Minisztérium) on 22 January 1919.

Minister of Religion (1919)[edit]

Hungarian People's Republic (1919)[edit]

Parties   Catholic People's Party

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Coat of arms of Hungary (1918-1919).svg János Vass
(1873–1936)
22 January 1919 21 March 1919 Catholic People's Party Berinkey
F48P–Károlyi–PRP–MSZDP–OKGFP
MNT (—)
The ministry was reorganized into the Liquidation Office of Religious Affairs (Vallásügyi Likvidáló Hivatal), subordinated to the People's Commissariat of Public Education (Közoktatásügyi Népbiztosság) on 21 March 1919.

Minister of Public Education (1919)[edit]

Hungarian People's Republic (1919)[edit]

Parties   MSZDP

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Sigismund-kunfi-comisario-hungría--outlawsdiary00tormuoft.png Zsigmond Kunfi
(1879–1929)
22 January 1919 21 March 1919 MSZDP Berinkey
F48P–Károlyi–PRP–MSZDP–OKGFP
MNT (—)
The ministry was reorganized into the People's Commissariat of Public Education (Közoktatásügyi Népbiztosság) on 21 March 1919.

People's Commissars of Public Education (1919)[edit]

Hungarian Soviet Republic (1919)[edit]

Parties   MSZP/SZKMMP

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Lukács-comisario-alimentos-hungría--outlawsdiary02tormuoft.png György Lukács
(1885–1971)
21 March 1919 3 April 1919 MSZP Central Executive Council
MSZP/SZKMMP
TOGY (—)
2 Pogány József.jpg József Pogány
(1886–1938)
3 April 1919 1 August 1919 MSZP/SZKMMP
The Ministry of Religion and Public Education (Vallás- és Közoktatásügyi Minisztérium) was restored on 1 August 1919.

Counter-revolutionary governments (1919)[edit]

Parties   Independent

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
Barabás Béla (jogász).jpg Béla Barabás
(1855–1934)
5 May 1919 31 May 1919 Independent Arad
Kelemen Béla.jpg Béla Kelemen
(1863–1944)
6 June 1919 12 July 1919 Independent Szeged II
Dömötör Mihály.jpg Mihály Dömötör
(1875–1962)
acting
12 July 1919 12 August 1919 Independent Szeged III
Serving as Minister of Religion and Public Education (vallás- és közoktatásügyi miniszter) during the Hungarian Soviet Republic.

Ministers of Religion and Public Education (1919–1951)[edit]

Hungarian People's Republic (1919)[edit]

Parties   MSZDP

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Garbai Sándor (1919) (cropped).jpg Sándor Garbai
(1876–1924)
1 August 1919 6 August 1919
(deposed)
MSZDP Peidl
MSZDP

Hungarian Republic (1919–1920)[edit]

Parties   KNP/KNEP   Independent

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Imre Sándor (1877-1945) pedagógus, államtitkár.jpg Sándor Imre
(1877–1945)
7 August 1919 15 August 1919 Independent Friedrich
KNP/KNEP–OKGFP
2 Huszar Karoly.jpg Károly Huszár
(1882–1941)
15 August 1919 24 November 1919 KNP/KNEP
3 Coat of arms of Hungary (1915-1918, 1919-1946; angels).svg István Haller
(1880–1964)
24 November 1919 29 February 1920 KNEP Huszár
KNEP–OKGFP–MSZDP–NDPP

Hungarian Kingdom (1920–1946)[edit]

Parties   EPNEPMÉP   KNEP   KGSZP   Conservative Party

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Coat of arms of Hungary (1915-1918, 1919-1946; angels).svg István Haller
(1880–1964)
29 February 1920 15 March 1920 OKGFP Huszár
KNEP–OKGFP–MSZDP–NDPP
15 March 1920 19 July 1920 Simonyi-Semadam
KNEP–OKGFP
17 (1920)
19 July 1920 16 December 1920 Teleki I
KNEP–OKGFP
2 Coat of arms of Hungary (1915-1918, 1919-1946; angels).svg József Vass
(1877–1930)
16 December 1920 14 April 1921 KNEP
14 April 1921 2 February 1922 Bethlen
(KNEP–OKGFP)→EP
(2) 2 February 1922 16 June 1922 EP
3 KlebelsbergKuno1900s.jpg Kunó Klebelsberg
(1875–1932)
16 June 1922 24 August 1931 EP 18 (1922)
19 (1926)
20 (1931)
4 Ernszt Sándor.jpg Sándor Ernszt
(1870–1938)
24 August 1931 16 December 1931 KGSZP G. Károlyi
EPKGSZP
5 Karafiáth Jenő 1940.jpg Jenő Karafiáth
(1883–1952)
16 December 1931 1 October 1932 Conservative Party
6 Hóman Bálint kultúrpolitikus a Magyar Tudományos Akadémia tagja.jpg Bálint Hóman
(1885–1951)
1st term
1 October 1932 6 October 1936 NEP Gömbös
NEP
21 (1935)
6 October 1936 14 May 1938 Darányi
NEP
7 Pál Teleki 01.jpg Pál Teleki
(1879–1941)
14 May 1938 16 February 1939 NEP Imrédy
NEP
(6) Hóman Bálint kultúrpolitikus a Magyar Tudományos Akadémia tagja.jpg Bálint Hóman
(1885–1951)
2nd term
16 February 1939 3 April 1941 MÉP Teleki II
MÉP
22 (1939)
3 April 1941 9 March 1942 Bárdossy
MÉP
9 March 1942 3 July 1942 Kállay
MÉP
8 Coat of arms of Hungary (1915-1918, 1919-1946; angels).svg Jenő Szinyei Merse
(1888–1957)
3 July 1942 22 March 1944
(deposed)
NEP
9 Coat of arms of Hungary (1915-1918, 1919-1946; angels).svg István Antal
(1896–1975)
22 March 1944 29 August 1944 MÉP Sztójay
MÉP–MMP
10 Rakovszky Iván -Irisz.jpg Iván Rakovszky
(1885–1960)
29 August 1944 16 October 1944
(deposed)
MÉP Lakatos
MÉP

Government of National Unity (1944–1945)[edit]

Parties   Party of Hungarian Renewal (MMP)   NYKP

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Coat of arms of Hungary (1945).svg Ferenc Rajniss
(1893–1946)
16 October 1944 7 March 1945 MMP Szálasi
NYKP–MMP
Ferenc Szálasi.jpg Ferenc Szálasi
(1897–1946)
acting
7 March 1945 28 March 1945 NYKP

Soviet-backed provisional governments (1944–1946)[edit]

Parties   NPP   Independent

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Coat of arms of Hungary (1915-1918, 1919-1946, 1990).svg Géza Teleki
(1911–1983)
22 December 1944 13 November 1945 Independent Provisional National Government
FKGPMKPMSZDPNPPPDP
INGY (1944)
2 Keresztuy Dezso.JPG Dezső Keresztury
(1904–1996)
15 November 1945 1 February 1946 NPP Tildy
FKGPMKPMSZDPNPP
23 (1945)

Hungarian Republic (1946–1949)[edit]

Parties   NPP   FKGP

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Keresztuy Dezso.JPG Dezső Keresztury
(1904–1996)
1 February 1946 14 March 1947 NPP F. Nagy
FKGPMKPMSZDPNPP
23 (1945)
2 Ortutay Gyula (1910-1978) etnográfus.jpg Gyula Ortutay
(1910–1978)
14 March 1947 31 May 1947 FKGP
31 May 1947 10 December 1948 Dinnyés
MKPFKGPMSZDPNPP
24 (1947)
10 December 1948 20 August 1949 Dobi
MDPFKGPNPP
25 (1949)
The ministry was divided into the Ministry of Religion and Public Education (Vallás- és Közoktatásügyi Minisztérium) and the Ministry of Popular Culture (Népművelési Minisztérium) on 11 June 1949.

Hungarian People's Republic (1949–1951)[edit]

Parties   Independent

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Ortutay Gyula (1910-1978) etnográfus.jpg Gyula Ortutay
(1910–1978)
20 August 1949 25 February 1950 Independent Dobi
MDP
25 (1949)
2 Darvas József fortepan 74215.jpg József Darvas
(1912–1973)
25 February 1950 19 May 1951 Independent
The ministry was divided into the Ministry of Public Education (Közoktatásügyi Minisztérium) and the State Office for Church Affairs (Állami Egyházügyi Hivatal) on 19 May 1951.

Ministers of Public Education (1951–1953)[edit]

Hungarian People's Republic (1951–1953)[edit]

Parties   Independent

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Darvas József fortepan 74215.jpg József Darvas
(1912–1973)
19 May 1951 14 August 1952 Independent Dobi
MDP
25 (1949)
14 August 1952 4 July 1953 Rákosi
MDP
The ministry was merged with the Ministry of Higher Education (Felsőoktatásügyi Minisztérium) to form the Ministry of Education (Oktatásügyi Minisztérium) on 4 July 1953.

Minister of Higher Education (1952–1953)[edit]

Hungarian People's Republic (1952–1953)[edit]

Parties   MDP

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Coat of arms of Hungary (1949-1956).svg Tibor Erdey-Grúz
(1902–1976)
6 December 1952 4 July 1953 MDP Rákosi
MDP
25 (1949)
The ministry was merged with the Ministry of Public Education (Közoktatásügyi Minisztérium) to form the Ministry of Education (Oktatásügyi Minisztérium) on 4 July 1953.

Ministers of Education (1953–1956)[edit]

Hungarian People's Republic (1953–1956)[edit]

Parties   MDP

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Coat of arms of Hungary (1949-1956).svg Tibor Erdey-Grúz
(1902–1976)
4 July 1953 18 April 1955 MDP I. Nagy I
MDP
26 (1953)
18 April 1955 30 July 1956 Hegedüs
MDP
2 Coat of arms of Hungary (1949-1956).svg Albert Kónya
(1917–1988)
30 July 1956 24 October 1956 MDP
24 October 1956 3 November 1956 I. Nagy II
MDP/MSZMPFKGP
4 November 1956 31 December 1956 Kádár I
MSZMP
The ministry was merged with the Ministry of Popular Culture (Népművelési Minisztérium) to form the Ministry of Cultural Affairs (Művelődésügyi Minisztérium) on 1 January 1957.

Ministers of Popular Culture (1949–1956)[edit]

Hungarian Republic (1949)[edit]

Parties   MDP

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Coat of arms of Hungary (1949-1956).svg József Révai
(1898–1959)
11 June 1949 20 August 1949 MDP Dobi
MDPFKGPNPP
25 (1949)

Hungarian People's Republic (1949–1956)[edit]

Parties   MDP   Independent

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Coat of arms of Hungary (1949-1956).svg József Révai
(1898–1959)
20 August 1949 14 August 1952 MDP Dobi
MDP
25 (1949)
14 August 1952 4 July 1953 Rákosi
MDP
2 Darvas József fortepan 74215.jpg József Darvas
(1912–1973)
4 July 1953 18 April 1955 Independent I. Nagy I
MDP
26 (1953)
18 April 1955 24 October 1956 Hegedüs
MDP
24 October 1956 27 October 1956 I. Nagy II
MDP/MSZMPFKGP
3 Lukács György.jpg György Lukács
(1885–1971)
27 October 1956 3 November 1956 MDP
The ministry was merged with the Ministry of Education (Oktatásügyi Minisztérium) to form the Ministry of Cultural Affairs (Művelődésügyi Minisztérium) on 1 January 1957.

Ministers of Cultural Affairs (1957–1974)[edit]

Hungarian People's Republic (1957–1974)[edit]

Parties   MSZMP

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Coat of arms of Hungary (1946-1949, 1956-1957).svg Albert Kónya
(1917–1988)
1 January 1957 1 March 1957 MSZMP Kádár I
MSZMP
26 (1953)
2 Kállai Gyula 1964.jpg Gyula Kállai
(1910–1996)
1 March 1957 28 January 1958 MSZMP
3 Coat of arms of Hungary (1957-1990).svg Valéria Benke
(1920–2009)
28 January 1958 13 September 1961 MSZMP Münnich
MSZMP
27 (1958)
4 Coat of arms of Hungary (1957-1990).svg Pál Ilku
(1912–1973)
13 September 1961 30 June 1965 MSZMP Kádár II
MSZMP
28 (1963)
30 June 1965 14 April 1967 Kállai
MSZMP
14 April 1967 13 July 1973 Fock
MSZMP
29 (1967)
30 (1971)
5 Coat of arms of Hungary (1957-1990).svg Miklós Nagy
(1932–1974)
13 July 1973 29 April 1974 MSZMP
6 Coat of arms of Hungary (1957-1990).svg Károly Polinszky
(1922–1998)
29 April 1974 21 June 1974 MSZMP
The ministry was divided into the Ministry of Education (Oktatásügyi Minisztérium) and the Ministry of Culture (Kulturális Minisztérium) on 21 June 1974.

Ministers of Education (1974–1980)[edit]

Hungarian People's Republic (1974–1980)[edit]

Parties   MSZMP

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Coat of arms of Hungary (1957-1990).svg Károly Polinszky
(1922–1998)
21 June 1974 15 May 1975 MSZMP Fock
MSZMP
30 (1971)
15 May 1975 27 June 1980 Lázár
MSZMP
31 (1975)
The ministry was merged with the Ministry of Culture (Kulturális Minisztérium) to form the Ministry of Cultural Affairs (Művelődési Minisztérium) on 27 June 1980.

Ministers of Culture (1974–1980)[edit]

Hungarian People's Republic (1974–1980)[edit]

Parties   MSZMP

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Coat of arms of Hungary (1957-1990).svg László Orbán
(1912–1978)
21 June 1974 15 May 1975 MSZMP Fock
MSZMP
30 (1971)
15 May 1975 22 July 1976 Lázár
MSZMP
31 (1975)
2 Ünnepi Könyvhét 2012 - 0003.JPG Imre Pozsgay
(1933–2016)
22 July 1976 27 June 1980 MSZMP
The ministry was merged with the Ministry of Education (Oktatásügyi Minisztérium) to form the Ministry of Cultural Affairs (Művelődési Minisztérium) on 27 June 1980.

Ministers of Cultural Affairs (1980–1990)[edit]

Hungarian People's Republic (1980–1989)[edit]

Parties   MSZMP

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Ünnepi Könyvhét 2012 - 0003.JPG Imre Pozsgay
(1933–2016)
27 June 1980 25 June 1982 MSZMP Lázár
MSZMP
32 (1980)
2 Coat of arms of Hungary (1957-1990).svg Béla Köpeczi
(1921–2010)
25 June 1982 25 June 1987 MSZMP
33 (1985)
25 June 1987 29 June 1988 Grósz
MSZMP
3 Coat of arms of Hungary (1957-1990).svg Tibor Czibere
(1930–)
29 June 1988 24 November 1988 Independent
24 November 1988 10 May 1989 Németh
(MSZMP)→MSZP
4 Glatz Ferenc.jpg Ferenc Glatz
(1941–)
10 May 1989 23 October 1989 MSZP

Hungarian Republic (1989–1990)[edit]

Parties   MSZP

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
Glatz Ferenc.jpg Ferenc Glatz
(1941–)
provisional
23 October 1989 23 May 1990 MSZP Németh
MSZP
The ministry was reorganized into the Ministry of Culture and Public Education (Művelődési és Közoktatási Minisztérium) on 23 May 1990.

Ministers of Culture and Public Education (1990–1998)[edit]

Hungarian Republic (1990–1998)[edit]

Parties   MDF   SZDSZ   Independent

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Andrasfalvy BertalanFotoThalerTamas.JPG Bertalan Andrásfalvy
(1931–)
23 May 1990 22 February 1993 MDF Antall
MDFFKGPKDNP
34 (1990)
2 Ferenc Mádl.jpg Ferenc Mádl
(1931–2011)
22 February 1993 21 December 1993 Independent
21 December 1993 15 July 1994 Boross
MDFEKGPKDNP
3 Gabor Fodor.jpg Gábor Fodor
(1962–)
15 July 1994 31 December 1995 SZDSZ Horn
MSZPSZDSZ
35 (1994)
4 Magyar Bálint.jpg Bálint Magyar
(1952–)
1 January 1996 8 July 1998 SZDSZ
The ministry was divided into the Ministry of Education (Oktatási Minisztérium) and the Ministry of National Cultural Heritage (Nemzeti Kulturális Örökség Minisztériuma) on 8 July 1998.

Minister of Education (1998–2006)[edit]

Hungarian Republic (1998–2006)[edit]

Parties   Fidesz   SZDSZ

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Pokorni Zoltan 2008-10-23 (crop).JPG Zoltán Pokorni
(1962–)
8 July 1998 15 July 2001 Fidesz Orbán I
FideszFKGPMDF
36 (1998)
2 Pálinkás József.JPG József Pálinkás
(1952–)
15 July 2001 27 May 2002 Fidesz
3 Magyar Bálint.jpg Bálint Magyar
(1952–)
27 May 2002 4 October 2004 SZDSZ Medgyessy
MSZPSZDSZ
37 (2002)
4 October 2004 9 June 2006 Gyurcsány I
MSZPSZDSZ
The ministry was merged with the Ministry of National Cultural Heritage (Nemzeti Kulturális Örökség Minisztériuma) to form the Ministry of Education and Culture (Oktatási és Kulturális Minisztérium) on 9 June 2006.

Ministers of National Cultural Heritage (1998–2006)[edit]

Hungarian Republic (1998–2006)[edit]

Parties   Fidesz   MSZP   Independent

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Coat of arms of Hungary.svg József Hámori
(1932–)
8 July 1998 31 December 1999 Independent Orbán I
FideszFKGPMDF
36 (1998)
2 Coat of arms of Hungary.svg Zoltán Rockenbauer
(1960–)
1 January 2000 27 May 2002 Fidesz
3 Gorgey Gabor 2007 Hungarian Kossuth Prize-writer poet director.jpg Gábor Görgey
(1929–)
27 May 2002 18 May 2003 Independent Medgyessy
MSZPSZDSZ
37 (2002)
4 Országos kampánynyitó 2010 094.JPG István Hiller
(1964–)
18 May 2003 4 October 2004 MSZP
4 October 2004 13 February 2005 Gyurcsány I
MSZPSZDSZ
5 Ünnepi Könyvhét 2012 - 0053.JPG András Bozóki
(1959–)
13 February 2005 9 June 2006 Independent
The ministry was merged with the Ministry of Education (Oktatási Minisztérium) to form the Ministry of Education and Culture (Oktatási és Kulturális Minisztérium) on 9 June 2006.

Minister of Education and Culture (2006–2010)[edit]

Hungarian Republic (2006–2010)[edit]

Parties   MSZP

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Országos kampánynyitó 2010 094.JPG István Hiller
(1964–)
9 June 2006 16 April 2009 MSZP Gyurcsány II
MSZPSZDSZ
38 (2006)
16 April 2009 29 May 2010 Bajnai
MSZP
The ministry was reorganized into the Ministry of National Resources (Nemzeti Erőforrás Minisztérium) on 29 May 2010.

Minister of National Resources (2010–2012)[edit]

Hungarian Republic / Hungary (2010–2012)[edit]

Parties   Independent

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 Réthelyi-Miklós Portrait.jpg Miklós Réthelyi
(1939–)
29 May 2010 14 May 2012 Independent Orbán II
FideszKDNP
39 (2010)
The ministry was reorganized into the Ministry of Human Resources (Emberi Erőforrások Minisztériuma) on 14 May 2012.

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# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
1 BalogZoltanFotoThalerTamas (crop).JPG Zoltán Balog
(1958–)
14 May 2012 6 June 2014 Fidesz Orbán II
FideszKDNP
39 (2010)
6 June 2014 Incumbent Orbán III
FideszKDNP
40 (2014)

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