|Born||17 November 1854
Székely, Kingdom of Hungary
|Died||5 May 1911 (aged 56)
|Years of service||1874–1911|
|Commands held||Home Defence Regiment of Debrecen, Twenty-fifth Infantry Division, Hungarian Royal Guard|
Sándor Nyiri (sometimes spelled Nyiry)(17 November 1854 – 5 May 1911) was a Hungarian military officer and politician, who served as Minister of Defence of Hungary between 1903 and 1905. From 1899 he was the commander of the Ludoviceum. In 1905 he won a mandate to the House of Representatives as a politician of the Liberal Party. On 19 February 1906 he dissolved the Hungarian Assembly with the police forces quasi the Constitutional Crisis of 1905's closing act.
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