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Tivadar Pauler

Tivadar Pauler
Minister of Religion and Education of Hungary
In office
10 February 1871 – 4 September 1872
Preceded by József Szlávy
Succeeded by Ágoston Trefort
Personal details
Born (1816-04-09)9 April 1816
Kingdom of Hungary
Died 30 April 1886(1886-04-30) (aged 70)
Austria-Hungary
Political party Deák Party, Liberal Party
Profession politician, jurist
The native form of this personal name is Dr. Pauler Tivadar. This article uses the Western name order.

Dr. Tivadar Pauler (9 April 1816 – 30 April 1886) was a Hungarian politician, who served as Minister of Religion and Education between 1871 and 1872. He taught for several universities in Zagreb, Győr and Pest. He was the chairman of the first Jurist Assembly in 1870. After 1872 he served as Minister of Justice until 1875. Kálmán Tisza appointed him Minister of Justice again in 1878. Pauler held this position until his death. He was also representative in the Diet of Hungary between 1871 and 1886. He became member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 1858.

The Civil Act of Parliament and the punisher statute book's works of the preparation was started under his ministerial term. He was the ornate advocate of the Hungarian national interests, for the university's autonomy, its electoral right fighting, and the full restoration of the Hungarian language's teaching is partly big due for him.

References

  • Magyar Életrajzi Lexikon
Political offices
Preceded by
József Szlávy
Minister of Religion and Education
1871–1872
Succeeded by
Ágoston Trefort
Preceded by
István Bittó
Minister of Justice
1872–1875
Succeeded by
Béla Perczel
Preceded by
Béla Perczel
Minister of Justice
1878–1886
Succeeded by
Teofil Fabiny


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