Gábor Klauzál

Gábor Klauzál de Szlavovicz (18 November 1804 – 3 August 1866) was a Hungarian politician, who served as Minister of Agriculture, Industry and Trade during the Hungarian Revolution of 1848 in the first government of Hungary. He studied in Szeged. He was a member of the National Assembly of Hungary from 1832 and served as one of the leaders of the liberal opposition on the Diet of 1843–44. He retired from politics in 1844 until the outbreak of the revolution.

Gábor Klauzál
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Minister of Agriculture, Industry and Trade of Hungary
In office
23 March 1848 – 2 October 1848
Preceded byposition established
Succeeded byKázmér Batthyány
Personal details
Born(1804-11-18)18 November 1804
Pest, Kingdom of Hungary
Died3 August 1866(1866-08-03) (aged 61)
Kalocsa, Kingdom of Hungary
Political partyOpposition Party (1847–1848)
Deák Party (1865–1866)
Spouse(s)Emma Schmidt
ChildrenGábor
Mária
Emma
Professionpolitician

As a minister he represented negotiating, moderate politics, he opposed the extreme politics which wanted to separate from the Austrian Empire, so Klauzál did not support the complete independence. He stuck out for calling to account of Count Franz Philipp von Lamberg's killers. During the beginning of the fights, he pulled back to his possessions. He was a member of the Deák Party in the 1860s and became a member of the National Assembly in 1861 and 1865.

The Klauzál Square in Budapest is named after him.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Kinga Frojimovics; Géza Komoróczy (1999). Jewish Budapest: Memories, Rites, History. Central European University Press. p. 316. ISBN 978-963-9116-37-5. Retrieved 6 January 2013.

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Political offices
Preceded by
position established
Minister of Agriculture, Industry and Trade
1848
Succeeded by
Kázmér Batthyány