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Croatian parliamentary election, 1906

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3–5 May 1906  1908 →
37 / 88  32 / 88
36  21
Turnout  73.35%
32 / 88  19 / 88
21  17
Croatian parliamentary election, 1906

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. People's Party gained 37 seats, Croat-Serb Coalition 32 seats, and Starčević's Party of Rights of Josip Frank won 19. On 30 April Nikola Tomašić, leader of the People's Party, renounced his candidature and left politics for a short time.

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Croatian parliamentary election, 1906 Wikipedia


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