1912 Serbian parliamentary election

Parliamentary elections were held in Serbia on 1 April 1912. The result was a victory for the ruling People's Radical Party, which won 84 of the 160 seats in the National Assembly.[1]

1912 Serbian parliamentary election
Kingdom of Serbia
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All 160 seats in the National Assembly
81 seats needed for a majority
Turnout68.5%
Party Leader % Seats ±
NRS 39.8 84 0
SRS 24.6 41 -7
NSSNS 15.1 18 +1
National Party (Kingdom of Serbia) 5.9 9 +2
SSDP 5.3 2 +1
NRS dissidents 4.3 7 +7
SNS 3.2 5 +2
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
Prime Minister before Prime Minister after
Milovan Milovanović
People's Radical Party
Milovan Milovanović
People's Radical Party

ResultsEdit

Party Votes % Seats +/–
People's Radical Party 182,479 39.8 84 0
Independent Radical Party 114,345 24.6 41 –7
National PartyProgressive coalition 72,509 15.1 18 +1
National Party 23,411 5.9 9 +2
Social Democratic Party 24,665 5.3 2 +1
People's Radical dissidents 18,744 4.3 7 +7
Serbian Progressive Party 14,679 3.2 5 +2
Independent Radical dissidents 5,561 1.1 0 0
National Party dissidents 703 0.1 0 New
Independent lists 1,928 0.5 0 0
Total 459,701 100 166 +6
Registered voters/turnout 670,746 68.5
Source: Slobodan Antonic

ReferencesEdit