Minister of Education and Culture Istvan Hiller of Hungary

A co-founder of his party, Hiller was Minister of Culture under the government of Ferenc Gyurcsány from 2003 to 2005 before being replaced by András Bozóki.
Hiller is now Minister of Education and Culture.
Hiller is married with two children, Gábor (b.
Curator of the National Gallery of Art, Dodge Thompson.
and contemporary film show in 2009 at the NGA.
with Hungarian-born Congressman Tom Lantos (D-Ca.
Meetings with Peres, Peretz During his visit to Yad Vashem, Hiller was greeted by Joseph (Tommy) Lapid, Chairman of the Yad Vashem Council, and Avner Shalev, Chairman of the Yad Vashem Directorate.
Whilst in IsraelHiller was also due to discuss Holocaust education and Jewish culture with Defense Minister Amir Petetz, Deputy Prime Minister Shimon Peres and Israel’s Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi Yona Metzger.
In the course of his highly colourful and busy visit Mr Hiller met Joanna Bakerrel, Director of the Edinburgh International Festival, John Graham, Director of Historical Scotland, and Hungarian university students studying in Scotland.
In Glasgow Mr Hiller had discussions with Professor Seona Reid, Director of the Glasgow School of Art, and later signed a mutual cooperation agreement with Sir Muir Russell, Principal of the University of Glasgow.
Hungarian minister of culture István Hiller has fired Árpád Jutocsa Hegyi, the controversial general director of the Hungarian State Opera in Budapest, Italy's ANSA news agency reports.
This is not to say that Hiller is completely unfamiliar with the masterpieces produced by those living in Florence around the turn of the 16th century; we're sure he's closely studied the work of at least one.
movie critics at the 35th Hungarian Film Week Monday: Watch out Prague, Hungary is open for business as Hollywood's premier backlot in eastern Europe.
Hiller said in a political statement at press conference that the invasion of Czechoslovakia by the Soviet Union and members of the Warsaw pact 40 years ago was "an act of aggression, an attack on freer thing and freer action.
Hiller said the crushing of the Prague Spring was clear evidence that a Soviet-type power was unable to reform and unfit for change.
Hiller said the invasion, the suppressing of the Prague Spring was shameful and an apology was moral obligation.
Istvan Hiller said that Russia would contribute works of art to a planned exhibition in the Hungarian National Museum entitled Scythian Treasures, while Hungarian museums would lend Old Masters from their collections to exhibitions in Russia.
Culture Minister István Hiller has told a parliamentary committee that Hungary is in need of a new cultural policy.
István Hiller is the head of the ministry, which will be merged with the Hungarian Ministry of Education this year.
Meanwhile, according to Színes Bulvár Lap, Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány also attended the event, but while Hiller was dancing with women from the audience, the PM did not, perhaps because he had no one to dance with.