Gyula Kállai

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Gyula Kállai
Kállai Gyula 1964.jpg
Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the People's Republic of Hungary
In office
30 June 1965 – 14 April 1967
Preceded byJános Kádár
Succeeded byJenő Fock
Personal details
Born(1910-06-01)1 June 1910
Berettyóújfalu, Austria-Hungary
Died12 March 1996(1996-03-12) (aged 85)
Budapest, Hungary
NationalityHungarian
Political partyHungarian Communist Party,
Hungarian Working People's Party,
Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party
Spouse(s)Anna Kárpáti (1st)
? Berkes(2nd)
ChildrenJudit
Zsuzsa

Gyula Kállai (Hungarian: [ˈɟulɒ ˈkaːllɒi]; 1 June 1910 – 12 March 1996) was a Hungarian Communist politician who served as Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the People's Republic of Hungary from 1965 to 1967 and as Speaker of the National Assembly of Hungary 1967–1971. He was President of National Council of the Patriotic People's Front from 1957 to 1989.

In 1957, Kállai visited and questioned Imre Nagy, the former Hungarian prime minister, in exile in Snagov, Romania. His report led to his ultimate execution.[1] That same year he wrote a pamphlet titled The Hungarian Counter-Revolution in the Light of Marxism-Leninism.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nagy, Imre (2006). Snagovi jegyzetek: gondolatok, emlékezések, 1956-1957. Gondolat. ISBN 9639610550.

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Political offices
Preceded by
László Rajk
Minister of Foreign Affairs
1949–1951
Succeeded by
Károly Kiss
Preceded by
Albert Kónya
Minister of Education
1957–1958
Succeeded by
Valéria Benke
Preceded by
János Kádár
Prime Minister of Hungary
1965–1967
Succeeded by
Jenő Fock
Preceded by
Erzsébet Metzker Vass
Speaker of the National Assembly
1967–1971
Succeeded by
Antal Apró