undergraduate thesis
Ban Khuen-Héderváry (1883. – 1903.)

Ana Begić (2017)
Sveučilište u Zadru
Odjel za povijest
Metadata
TitleBan Khuen-Hedervary (1883.-1903.)
AuthorAna Begić
Mentor(s)Ante Bralić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
U ovom radu se predočuju osnovne odlike praktički autokratske vladavine bana Károlyja Khuena-Héderváryja (1883. – 1903.) s naglaskom na početno razdoblje njegova mandata koje je težilo konsolidaciji vlasti u nemirima uzdrmanoj Banskoj Hrvatskoj. Izvršitelj volje mađarske vlade bez razumijevanja važnosti i značaja Hrvatsko-ugarske nagobe sustavno krši hrvatski ustav. Kratak prikaz zakona koji su provedeni u nemoćnom Saboru jasno pokazuje nezakonite načine kojima je u njega omogućen dolazak velikog broj srpskih zastupnika. Ban se vješto služio političko-ideološkim sukobom hrvatske većine i srpske manjine u poticanju sukoba među nehomogenim stanovništvom u trenutku kada je ujedinjena Hrvatska trebala krenuti putem društvenog i gospodarskog napretka. Srbi su nakon integracije civilnog dijela Hrvatske s Vojnom krajinom 1881. postali važan faktor u parlamentarnom životu osiguravši banu apsolutnu većinu u Saboru sve do njegova odlaska s vlasti. Kolizija hrvatske nagodbene autonomije sa srpskom crkveno-školskom autonomijom nagrđuje sliku Sabora i hrvatske vlade koji su postali tek pijuni u politici očuvanja dualizma Austro-Ugarske Monarhije. Ban s oporbom nije tako surađivao. Njen rad je zdušno onemogućavao na razne načine – prekrajanjima izbornih kotareva, postroženjem saborskog poslovnika kojim je narušena sloboda govora, redovitim plijenjenjima oporbenog tiska te novčanim i zatvorskim kažnjavanjima urednika i pisaca. Sve to zorno upućuje na karakter vlasti bliskog povjerenika samoga cara, zagriženog podržavatelja i predstavnika dualizma Austro-Ugarske Monarhije u Hrvatskoj te jednog od najvažnijih političkih figura Ugarske u to doba, grofa Károlyja Khuena-Héderváryja.
Keywordsban Khuen-Héderváry Croatian settlement autonomy Serbian church and school autonomy People's Party Serbian club Party of Rights
Parallel title (English)Ban Khuen-Héderváry (1883. – 1903.)
Committee MembersMateo Bratanić (committee chairperson)
Branko Kasalo (committee member)
Ante Bralić (committee member)
GranterSveučilište u Zadru
Lower level organizational unitsOdjel za povijest
PlaceZadar
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineHUMANISTIC SCIENCES
History
Croatian and World Modern and Contemporary History
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelundergraduate
Study programmeHistory
Academic title abbreviationuniv. bacc. hist.
Genreundergraduate thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2017-03-31
Parallel abstract (English)
This paper points out basic traits of practically autocratic governance of ban Károly Khuen-Héderváry (1883. – 1903.) with emphasis on the initial period of his mandate which was striving for consolidation of power in riots stricken Kingdom of Croatia, Slavonia and Dalmatia. Executor of will of the Hungarian government, without any comprehension of the importance and significance of the Croatian-Hungarian Settlement sistematically violates this Croatian constitution. A short display of laws implemented in the weak Sabor clearly demonstrates illegal ways made possible for a large number of Serbian representatives to get there. Ban skilfully used the political-ideological conflict between Croatian majority and Serbian minority to originate conflict among inhomogeneous population in the moment when united Croatia should have undertaken a path of social and economic growth. After the integration of the civil part of Croatia with the Military Frontier in 1881. Serbs became an important factor in Croatian parlamentary life and secured absolute majority in the Diet until bans resignation. The colision of Croatian settlement autonomy and Serbian church and school autonomy deforms the image of the Diet and the Croatian government as they have become only pawns in the politics of perservation of dualism of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Ban didn't cooperate like that with the opposition. He heartily disabled its work in many ways – by remodeling the election communities, with implementation of the new more strict Standing Orders of the Diet which violated freedom of speech, by regular confiscations of oppositional press, its writers and editors being severely punished each time, both with fines and prison sentences. It all clearly shows the caracter of governance of emperor's confidant, inveterate supporter and representative of dualism of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in Croatia and one of the most important Hungarian political figures of the time, count Károly Khuen-Héderváry.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)ban Khuen-Héderváry hrvatska nagodbena autonomija srpska crkveno-školska autonomija Narodna stranka Srpski klub Stranka prava
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:162:977345
CommitterMarta Unković