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HELTAY, FRANZ:

Hungarian deputy; born in Szentes March 15, 1861; studied law and political economy in Budapest. After having become a member of the editorial staff of the "Nemzet" and "Ellenör," he edited (1887-88) the "Nemzet Gazdasági Szémle" (Review of Political Economy). Since 1887 he has also edited the "Vasuti és Közlekedési Közlöny" (Railway News), the official organ of the Hungarian Ministry of Commerce.

Heltay is a member of the committee of statistics and of the tariff commission at the Ministry of Commerce, and vice-president of the Journalists' Pension Fund. His principal work is "Az Ipartörvény Reviziója" (Revision of the Trade Laws), Budapest, 1883.

In 1896 Heltay was elected to the Hungarian Reichstag from Oklánd.

Bibliography:
  • Pallas Lex.
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