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Dominican Republic Constitutional Assembly election, 1929

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Dominican Republic Constitutional Assembly election, 1929

Constitutional Assembly elections were held in the Dominican Republic on 1 June 1929. The role of the Assembly was to review and amend certain articles of the constitution, which resulted in an amendment to repeal the ban on presidential re-elections. Voter turnout was low and in some places ballots were not even counted.

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Dominican Republic Constitutional Assembly election, 1929 Wikipedia


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