István Gorove

István Gorove de Gáttája (20 August 1819 in Pest – 31 May 1881 in Budapest) was a Hungarian politician with Armenian ancestry.[1] He was leader of the Liberal Party, which controlled Hungary between 1875 and 1905. Gorove was a minister in Count Gyula Andrássy's cabinet: Minister of Agriculture, Industry and Trade between 1867 and 1870, and Minister of Public Works and Transport until 1871.

István Gorove
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Minister of Agriculture, Industry and Trade of Hungary
In office
20 February 1867 – 23 May 1870
Preceded byKázmér Batthyány
Succeeded byJózsef Szlávy
Personal details
Born(1819-08-20)20 August 1819
Pest, Kingdom of Hungary
Died31 May 1881(1881-05-31) (aged 61)
Budapest, Austria-Hungary
Political partyOpposition Party (1847–1848)
Deák Party (1865–1875)
Liberal Party (1875–1881)
Professionpolitician
Political offices
Preceded by Minister of Agriculture, Industry and Trade
1867–1870
Succeeded by
Preceded by Minister of Public Works and Transport
1870–1871
Succeeded by
Party political offices
Preceded by Chairman of the Liberal Party
1875–1881
Succeeded by

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Gudenus János József: Örmény eredetű magyar nemesi családok genealógiája Erdélyi Örmény Gyökerek, Budapest, 2000 / János József Gudenus: Genealogy of Hungaro-Armenian families, Budapest 2000.