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Dr. István Hiller (born 7 May 1964 in Sopron) is a Hungarian politician and former chairman of the governing Hungarian Socialist Party between 16 October 2004 and 24 February 2007, succeeding László Kovács, succeeded by Ferenc Gyurcsány. A co-founder of his party, Hiller was Minister of Culture under the government of Ferenc Gyurcsány from 2003 to 2005 before being replaced by András Bozóki. He became Vice chairman of the party in 2003. Hiller was the Minister of Education and Culture between 2006 and 2010. He was elected one of the deputy speakers of the National Assembly in May 2014. In 2016, Hiller is elected caucus chair on the MSZP.
|Minister of Education and Culture|
9 June 2006 – 29 May 2010
|Prime Minister||Ferenc Gyurcsány|
|Preceded by||Bálint Magyar (Minister of Education)|
András Bozóki (Minister of Culture)
|Succeeded by||Miklós Réthelyi (Minister of National Resources)|
|Minister of Culture|
19 May 2003 – 13 February 2005
|Preceded by||Gábor Görgey|
|Succeeded by||András Bozóki|
|Born||7 May 1964|
Sopron, People's Republic of Hungary
|Political party||MSZMP, MSZP|
|Spouse(s)||Julianna Hillerné Farkas|
Hiller attended university in Budapest and Heidelberg, and carried out research at the University of Vienna in 1995 and 1997. He speaks German, Latin and Ancient Greek fluently, as well as Italian and English.
Hiller is married and has two sons, Gábor (b. 1990) and Dávid (b. 1992). His wife is Julianna Hillerné Farkas.
- KN. "Tóbiás vesztett, Molnár Gyula lett az MSZP új elnöke". Retrieved 25 June 2016.
- Hiller István vagyonnyilatkozata - 2003. február
| Minister of Culture
| Minister of Education and Culture
|Party political offices|
| Chairman of the Hungarian Socialist Party