Andor Lázár

Politician

1882 – 1971

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Who was Andor Lázár?

Andor Lázár was a Hungarian politician and jurist, who served as Minister of Justice between 1932 and 1938.

He was born into a Hungarian Calvinist family of noble origin in Pápa. He learnt at the Calvinist College of Pápa and finished law studies in Budapest. During his field trips he visited most of the countries of Europe, but he also went to Canada and the United States. From 1906 he flourished as practitioner and soon he became one of the most considerable and noted lawyers in the capital city. He hulled valuable literature works under his economic studies. His acknowledged writings are the Economic-political studies, the Economy of Austria in the beginnings of the 19th century, The Austrian devaluation and the German and Polish devaluation.

Lázár had a significant role in the foundation of the Hungarian State Banknote Press and creating of the Defence League of the Hungarian Territorial Integrity. His political career was started in the early 1930s, he was a supporter of Gyula Gömbös. He served as state secretary of the Ministry of Defence in 1931. He represented the city of Debrecen from 1931 until 1939 as a member of the governing party. When Gömbös was appointed Prime Minister Lázár became Minister of Justice. Instead of the prime Minister's views he supported the conservative forces, as a result of he could hold the ministerial position in the next cabinet, which was led by Kálmán Darányi. later he had conflicts with the radicalising Béla Imrédy so he retired from the politics. he continued his lawyer career.

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Born
Mar 8, 1882
Pápa
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Died
Jun 12, 1971
Leányfalu

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on July 23, 2013

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