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György Majláth (1818-1883)

György Majláth
Speaker of the House of Magnates
In office
22 March 1867 – 29 March 1883
Preceded by Pál Sennyey
Succeeded by László Szőgyény-Marich
Personal details
Born 7 December 1818
Pozsony, Kingdom of Hungary
(today: Bratislava, Slovakia)
Died 29 March 1883 (aged 64)
Budapest, Austria-Hungary
Political party Conservative Party
Profession politician
The native form of this personal name is Majláth György. This article uses the Western name order.

György Majláth (December 7, 1818 – March 29, 1883), also known by his German name Georg von Majláth, was a Hungarian politician.[1]

Majláth was born in Bratislava, then in the Kingdom of Hungary (in modern-day Slovakia), to György Majláth, also a Hungarian politician. He entered the civil service of the county of Baranya, of which he was deputy from 1839 to 1843. The legislature appointed him administrator of the county in 1843, and county head in 1848. However he withdrew to private life during the Hungarian Revolution of 1848.[1]

He reentered politics a decade later, playing a large part from 1859 in a strengthened legislature. In 1866 he became Chancellor of Hungary, and later the judex curiae (judge royal) of Hungary.[1] He was Speaker of the Diet of Hungary from March 22, 1867 to March 29, 1883, his death.[2] He was killed during a robbery in 1883.[1]

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Political offices
Preceded by
György Andrássy
Judge royal
1867–1883
Succeeded by
Pál Sennyey
Preceded by
Pál Sennyey
Speaker of the House of Magnates
1867–1883
Succeeded by
László Szőgyény-Marich

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