Albin Csáky

Albin Csáky
Minister of Religion and Education of Hungary
In office
22 September 1888  10 June 1894
Preceded by Gábor Baross
Succeeded by Loránd Eötvös
Personal details
Born (1841-04-19)19 April 1841
Korompa, Kingdom of Hungary
Died 15 December 1912(1912-12-15) (aged 71)
Budapest, Austria-Hungary
Political party Liberal Party, Party of National Work
Profession politician
The native form of this personal name is körösszegi és adorjáni gróf Csáky Albin. This article uses the Western name order.

Count Albin Csáky de Körösszeg et Adorján (19 April 1841 – 15 December 1912) was a Hungarian politician, who served as Minister of Religion and Education between 1888 and 1894. He finished his secondary school studies in Lőcse, then he learnt in Kassa. He became representative of the Diet of Hungary in 1862. 1900–1906 and 1910–1912 he served as Speaker of the House of Magnates.

The more important circumstance of his ministerial activity was first, bringing the so-called baptismal order. May have counted on a fine in the sense of the order it did not baptize the parent's, who was born from a mixed marriage, child in the sense of the Law of 1868 LIII away.


Albin Csáky's parents were Ágost Csáky (1803–1883) and Iphigenia Prónay. His wife was Countess Anna Bolza, daughter of István Bolza and Lujza Vay. They married in Szarvas. They had six children:


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Political offices
Preceded by
Gábor Baross
Minister of Religion and Education
Succeeded by
Loránd Eötvös
Preceded by
Tibor Károlyi
Speaker of the House of Magnates
Succeeded by
Aurél Dessewffy
Preceded by
Aurél Dessewffy
Speaker of the House of Magnates
Succeeded by
Sámuel Jósika
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