1921 Zagreb local elections

Local elections for the Zagreb City Assembly were held on 11 December 1921. These were the third elections in Zagreb since the formation of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. The Croatian Bloc won a majority and incumbent mayor Vjekoslav Heinzel was reelected as mayor of Zagreb.

1921 Zagreb local elections

← 1920 11 December 1921 1927 →

50 seats to the Zagreb City Assembly
Turnout75.52%
  First party Second party
  Vjekoslav Heinzel.JPG
Candidate Vjekoslav Heinzel Milan Krešić
Party Croatian Bloc Democratic Party
Seats won
36 / 50
6 / 50
Seat change Decrease 5 Increase 1
Popular vote 15,297 2,546
Percentage 70.16% 11.68%

Mayor before election

Vjekoslav Heinzel
Croatian Union

Elected Mayor

Vjekoslav Heinzel
Croatian Bloc

ResultsEdit

Political party Votes % Seats %
Croatian Bloc
Hrvatski blok
15,297 70.16% 36 72%
Democratic Party
Demokratska stranka
2,546 11.68% 6 12%
Communist Party of Yugoslavia
Komunistička partija Jugoslavije
1,074 4.93% 2 4%
People's Socialist Party
Narodna socijalistička stranka
819 3.76% 2 4%
Jew Party
Židovska stranka
691 3.17% 2 4%
Social Democratic Party
Socijaldemokratska stranka
454 2.08% 1 2%
Croatian Popular Party
Hrvatska pučka stranka
366 1.68% 1 2%
People's Radical Party
Narodna radikalna stranka
110 0.5% 0 0%
Total 21,804 100% 50 100%
Registered Voters/Turnout 28,872 75.52%

Mayoral electionsEdit

The Croatian Bloc, a coalition formed by the Croatian People's Peasant Party, Croatian Union and the Croatian Party of Rights, won the majority of votes. Vjekoslav Heinzel was reelected as mayor.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Izvještaj Gradskog poglavarstva o sveopćoj upravi slobodnog i kraljevskog glavnog grada Zagreba za godine 1919. – 1925., 243.

See alsoEdit