Ahmed Niyazi Bey (1873–1912) was the Ottoman bey of the Resne (now Resen, Republic of Macedonia) area in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. An ethnic Albanian he was a member of the Young Turk Revolution. Ahmed Nyazi Bey is also known for the Saraj, a French-style estate he built in Resne.Niyazi Bey, a senior captain (Kolağası), raided the military depot in Resne and with two hundred men, including the town's mayor, escaped into the surrounding mountains from where he issued a proclamation calling for the restoration of the 1876 Constitution. At roughly the same time, Major Ismail Enver Bey, a member of the Committee of Union and Progress (CUP), retreated into the mountains near Resne. Other officers followed both men's examples and took to the hills to form their own Çetes. Because their actions carried the appearance of having sparked the Revolution, Niyazi and Enver, one Albanian and the other a Turk (Enver Bey's mother was Albanian), later gained popular acclaim as the "heroes of freedom" (hürriyet kahramanları). Of the two officers, Niyazi focused on mobilizing the Albanian community for the revolutionary cause.He was a Mücahit-i Muhterem (honoured fighter), who in his dual capacity as hero of the constitutional revolution and revered member of the CUP and a key figure throughout the whole Macedonian tour. A pious officer, he quickly became disillusioned with the CUP's Turkist tendencies, and was killed by the Sultan's spies in 1912.His name is mentioned along with Enver's in the March of the Deputies (Turkish: Mebusan Marşı or Meclis-i Mebusan Marşı), the anthem of the Chamber of Deputies, the lower house of the Ottoman parliament, performed in 1909 upon the opening of the parliament at the beginning of the Second Constitutional Era. The fourth line of the anthem reads "Long live Niyazi, long live Enver" (Turkish: "Yaşasın Niyazi, yaşasın Enver").