1911 Croatian parliamentary election

1911 Croatian parliamentary election

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88 seats in the Sabor
  First party Second party Third party
  Mile Starčevič.jpg Svetozar Pribićević (1).jpg Nikola Tomašić.JPG
Leader Mile Starčević Svetozar Pribićević Nikola Tomašić
Party Party of Rights Croat-Serb Coalition Party of People's Progress
Seats won
27 / 88
24 / 88
21 / 88
Seat change Increase 12 Decrease 11 Increase 3

Croatian Parliamentary Election Results 1911.png
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.
  Party of Rights   Croatian Independent Party   Serb Independent Party   Party of People's Progress   Croatian Peoples' Peasant Party
  Serb People's Radical Party   Independent
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  • Bloc for Croatia (BLOK)
  • Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ)
  • Croatian Demochristian Party (HDS)
  • Croatian People's Party – Liberal Democrats (HNS-LD)
  • Croatian Party of Pensioners (HSU)
  • Croatian Peasant Party (HSS)
  • Croatian Social Liberal Party (HSLS)
  • Croatian Sovereignists (HS)
  • Democratic Union of Hungarians of Croatia (DZMH)
  • Homeland Movement (DP)
  • Independent Democratic Serb Party (SDSS)
  • Istrian Democratic Assembly (IDS)
  • New Left (NL)
  • People's Party - Reformists (NS-R)
  • Social Democratic Party (SDP)
  • The Bridge (MOST)
  • We can! (Možemo)
  • Workers' Front (RF)
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Parliamentary elections were held in Croatia-Slavonia in December 1911.[1] Despite efforts of Ban Nikola Tomašić to coerce voters to vote for pro-government parties,[1] the result was unfavourable as the government won only 21 seats.[2] Elections in 4 districts were suspended and in 1 district the results were challenged. On the last day of the elections Josip Frank, former leader of the Starčević's Party of Rights, died in Zagreb.[3]


Party or allianceSeats+/–
Party of Rights27+12
Croat-Serb CoalitionCroatian Independent Party12–6
Serb Independent Party12–3
Party of People's Progress21+3
Croatian People's Peasant Party8–1
Serb People's Radical Party3+2


  1. ^ a b "The Ban Of Croatia And The Elections", The Times, 16 December 1911
  2. ^ "The Elections In Croatia", The Times, 20 December 2011
  3. ^ Josip Horvat: Politička povijest Hrvatske, 1936, p. 412
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