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List of Prime Ministers of Hungary

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Hungary
Foreign relations

This is a list of Prime Ministers of Hungary (Hungarian: Magyarország miniszterelnöke, literally Ministers-President) from when the first Prime Minister (in the modern sense), Lajos Batthyány, took office in 1848 (during the Hungarian Revolution of 1848) until the present day. The prime minister is head of the Government of Hungary.

There are currently five living former Prime Ministers of Hungary.

Heads of Government of Hungary (1848–present)

Hungarian Revolution of 1848 (1848–1849)

Parties       Opposition Party

{ width=90% class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"|- ! # ! Picture ! Name ! From ! Until ! Political Party ! Cabinet ! Assembly
(Election) |- !rowspan="2" style="background-color:#68001D; color:white" |1 |rowspan="2"| |rowspan="2"|Lajos Batthyány
(1807–1849) |rowspan="2"|17 March 1848 |rowspan="2"|2 October 1848 |rowspan="2"|Opposition Party |rowspan="2"|Batthyány |Last Diet |- |rowspan="4"|1 (1848) |- ! style="background-color:DarkKhaki; color:white" |— | |Ádám Récsey
(1775–1852)
appointed illegally |3 October 1848 |7 October 1848 |Imperial Army | — |- ! style="background-color:#68001D; color:white" |2 | |Lajos Kossuth
(1802–1894)
de facto |2 October 1848 |1 May 1849 |Opposition Party |Committee of National Defence |- ! style="background-color:#68001D; color:white" |3 | |Bertalan Szemere
(1812–1869) |2 May 1849 |11 August 1849 |Opposition Party |Szemere |- |}

After the collapse of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848, Hungary became an integral part of the Austrian Empire until 1867, when dual Austro-Hungarian Monarchy was created.

Kingdom of Hungary during Austria-Hungary (1867–1918)

Parties

# Picture Name From Until Political Party Cabinet Assembly
(Election)
4 Gyula Andrássy
(1823–1890)
17 February 1867 14 November 1871 Deák Party Andrássy
DP
3 (1865)
4 (1869)
5 Menyhért Lónyay
(1822–1884)
14 November 1871 4 December 1872 Deák Party Lónyay
DP
5 (1872)
6 József Szlávy
(1818–1900)
4 December 1872 21 March 1874 Deák Party Szlávy
DP
7 István Bittó
(1822–1903)
21 March 1874 2 March 1875 Deák Party Bittó
DPBK
8 Béla Wenckheim
(1811–1879)
2 March 1875 20 October 1875 Liberal Party Wenckheim
SZP
9 Kálmán Tisza
(1830–1902)
20 October 1875 13 March 1890 Liberal Party K. Tisza
SZP
6 (1875)
7 (1878)
8 (1881)
9 (1884)
10 (1887)
10 Gyula Szapáry
(1832–1905)
13 March 1890 17 November 1892 Liberal Party Szapáry
SZP
11 (1892)
11 Sándor Wekerle
(1848–1921)
1st term
17 November 1892 14 January 1895 Liberal Party Wekerle I
SZP
12 Dezső Bánffy
(1843–1911)
14 January 1895 26 February 1899 Liberal Party Bánffy
SZP
12 (1896)
13 Kálmán Széll
(1843–1915)
26 February 1899 27 June 1903 Liberal Party Széll
SZP
13 (1901)
14
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