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Franz Stadion, Count von Warthausen

Franz Stadion, Graf von Warthausen
Interior Minister of the Austrian Empire
In office
21 November 1848 – 28 July 1849
Monarch Ferdinand I (1848)
Francis Joseph I (1848–1849)
Prime Minister Prince Felix of Schwarzenberg
Preceded by Baron Anton von Doblhoff-Dier
Succeeded by Baron Alexander von Bach
United States Senate Majority Leader
Personal details
Born (1806-07-27)27 July 1806
8 June 1853(1853-06-08) (aged 46)

Franz Stadion, Graf von Warthausen (July 27, 1806 – June 8, 1853), son of the Austrian diplomat Johann Philipp von Stadion. Born in Vienna, he was a statesman who served the Austrian Empire during the 1840s. From 1841 he was Governor of the Austrian Littoral (with its capital at Trieste), from 1847 to 1848 Governor of Galicia (where he freed the peasants from labor duties), and from 1848 to 1849 he was Interior Minister and Minister of Education. He advocated constitutional government, decreed the Imposed March Constitution in March 1849 which was never enacted, and in 1849 promulgated the Gemeinde (municipality) legislation that granted governmental autonomy to all municipalities in the Austrian empire. Lewis Namier, in 1848: The Revolution of

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