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Imre Ghillány

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Preceded by  Bela Serenyi
Political party  Unity Party
Role  Politician

Name  Imre Ghillany
Profession  politician
Succeeded by  Bela Mezossy
Imre Ghillany
Born  28 July 1860 Frics, Kingdom of Hungary (1860-07-28)
Died  September 23, 1922, Sashalom, Budapest, Hungary

Baron Imre Ghillány (28 July 1860 – 23 September 1922) was a Hungarian politician, who served as Minister of Agriculture between 1913 and 1917. He was the főispán of Sáros County from 1903 until his resignation in 1905. He became a member of the Diet of Hungary in 1910 as representative of Eperjes. Ghillány was one of the deputy chairmen of the Party of National Work. During the Regency he was one of the first politicians who joined to the Unity Party, which founded by István Bethlen. He was a member of the House of Magnates until his death.


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