|Historical leaders||Ferenc Deák|
|Preceded by||Opposition Party|
|Succeeded by||Deák Party|
|Headquarters||Budapest, Kingdom of Hungary|
|Ideology||Classical liberalism |
(in constitutional terms)
The Address Party (Felirati Párt) was one of the two political groups of the National Assembly of 1861 in Hungary. The group was led by Ferenc Deák. In 1865 the party was renamed to Deák Party. The Deák Party was succeeded by the Liberal Party which led Hungary until 1905.
- Závodszky, Géza: Történelem III. Budapest, 2002.