Parliamentary elections were held in Bulgaria on 24 December 1939, although voting continued in some areas into January 1940. The elections were officially held on a non-partisan basis with the Bulgarian Agrarian National Union and Bulgarian Communist Party banned, and in a process tightly controlled by Tsar Boris III, by then the real power in the country. However, candidates representing parties did contest the elections. Pro-government candidates won a majority of seats. Voter turnout was 67.2%.
All 160 seats in the National Assembly
81 seats needed for a majority
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
|Bulgarian Communist Party||170,252||8.04||10|
|Bulgarian Agrarian National Union (Tomov)||150,251||7.09||5|
|Bulgarian Agrarian National Union (Dragiev)||125,713||5.94|
|National Social Movement||68,815||3.25|
|National Liberal Party||46,766||2.21|
|Bulgarian Social Democratic Workers Party (Broad Socialists)||26,672||1.26|
|Radical Democratic Party||18,939||0.89|
|Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization||14,593||0.69|
|Other opposition candidates||42,351||2.00|
|Source: Nohlen & Stöver|