Harman Patil

Croatian parliamentary election, 1913

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Turnout  53.27%
48 / 88  14 / 88
43,645  17,522
Mile Starčević  Aleksandar Horvat
14 / 88  9 / 88
17,522  15,834
Croatian parliamentary election, 1913

Croatian parliamentary elections were held on 16 and 17 December 1913. There were 209,618 eligible male voters. According to the census of December 31, 1910, the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia had a population of 2,621,954.

The Croatian parliament had been dissolved by ban Slavko Cuvaj on 27 January 1912. On April 4 Cuvaj suspended the constitution and the following day was proclaimed commissioner of the Kingdom. Over the course of the following year two assassination attempts were made on Cuvaj, leading to his withdrawal as commissioner. Ivan Skerlecz was proclaimed ban on November 27, 1913 and called elections for 16 and 17 December.

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Croatian parliamentary election, 1913 Wikipedia


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