Gergely Gulyás (born 21 September 1981) is a Hungarian jurist, politician, the current Minister of the Prime Minister's Office since 2018. He is a member of the Fidesz and has been member of the National Assembly (MP) since 2010. He was a deputy chairman of the Committee for Human Rights, Minorities, Civic and Religious Affairs of the Hungarian Parliament. He participated in formulation of the new constitution of Hungary in 2011 that was seen controversial by the political powers in opposition. After several protests he said that "despite political debates we think it is an important value that for the first time, a freely elected parliament created the Basic Law". He also co-wrote "lex Biszku" bill which aims was to hold people who were responsible for post-1956 reprisals and law-enforcement officials accountable for their inhumane actions. Gulyás told a news conference in October 2011 that the party’s proposal for a solution was constitutional and in line with international law. Gulyás was appointed Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly responsible for the Legislation on 6 May 2014. He was elected one of the four vice-presidents of the Fidesz on 13 December 2015, holding the position until 29 September 2019. Gulyás became leader of the Fidesz parliamentary group on 2 October 2017, replacing Lajos Kósa.