|Historical leaders István Gorove,
Founded 1 March 1875 (1875-03-01)
Dissolved 11 April 1906 (1906-04-11)
Merger of Deák Party, Left Centre
Succeeded by National Party of Work (since 1910)
Headquarters Budapest, Kingdom of Hungary
The Liberal Party (Hungarian: Szabadelvű Párt) was a political party in Hungary between 1875 and 1906.
The party was established in February 1875 by a merger of the Deák Party and the Left Centre. It won a huge majority in the 1875 elections, with former Left Centre member Kálmán Tisza becoming Prime Minister. Tisza remained Prime Minister until 1890, and using violence, the party retained its parliamentary majority until the 1905 elections, which saw the Independence and '48 Party win the most seats. The following year the party was disbanded.