1906 Croatian parliamentary election

1906 Croatian parliamentary election

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88 seats in the Sabor
Turnout73.35%
  First party Second party Third party
  Nikola Tomašić.JPG Frano Supilo rat.jpg Josip Frank.jpg
Leader Nikola Tomašić Frano Supilo Josip Frank
Party People's Party Croat-Serb Coalition Starčević's Party of Rights
Seats won
37 / 88
32 / 88
19 / 88
Seat change Decrease 36 Increase 21 Increase 17

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Results of the election in each of the electoral districts in 8 counties of the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia: the party with the plurality of votes in each district.
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1906 election results based on the majority of seats in each County of the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia

Parliamentary elections were held in the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia on 3, 4 and 5 May 1906. 45,381 people were entitled to vote in the elections. The People's Party won 37 seats, the Croat-Serb Coalition 32 seats, and Starčević's Party of Rights (led by Josip Frank) won 19.[1] On 30 April Nikola Tomašić, leader of the People's Party, renounced his candidature and left politics for a short time.[2]

Results

Party or allianceVotes%Seats
People's Party37
Croat-Serb CoalitionParty of Rights16
Serb Independent Party6
Croatian People's Progressive Party2
Serb People's Radical Party2
Independents6
Starčević's Party of Rights19
Total88
Total votes33,289
Registered voters/turnout45,38173.35

References

  1. ^ Stjepan Matković: Čista stranka prava i stranački izbori na prijelazu 19. u 20. stoljeće, Hrvatski institut za povijest, Zagreb, p. 89-90
  2. ^ Zavičaj, 1906 : broj 12 4.4.1906., stranica 2
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