Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes Constitutional Assembly election, 1920

Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes Constitutional Assembly election, 1920

Summary of the 28 November 1920 Constitutional Assembly of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes election
-!colspan=2 style="background-color:#E9E9E9" align=left|Parties and coalitions!style="background-color:#E9E9E9" align=right|Votes!style="background-color:#E9E9E9" align=right|%!style="background-color:#E9E9E9" align=right|Seats
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align=left colspan=2|Democratic Party - Ljubomir Davidović ("Demokratska stranka - Ljubomir Davidović")
align="right" |319,448
align="right" |19.9
align="right" |92
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align=left colspan=2|People's Radical Party - Nikola Pašić ("Narodna radikalna stranka - Nikola Pašić)
align="right" |284,575
align="right" |17.7
align="right" |91
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align=left colspan=2|Communist Party of Yugoslavia ("Komunistička partija Jugoslavije")
align="right" |198,736
align="right" |12.4
align="right" |58
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align=left colspan=2|Croatian People's Peasant Party - Stjepan Radić ("Hrvatska pučka seljačka stranka - Stjepan Radić")
align="right" |230,590
align="right" |14.3
align="right" |50
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align=left colspan=2|Alliance of Agrarians and Independent Peasant Party - Jovan Jovanović ("Savez Zemljoradnika i Samostalna kmetijska stranka - Jovan Jovanović")
align="right"
align="right" |9.4
align="right" |39
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align=left colspan=2|Yugoslav Moslem Organization - Mehmed Spaho ("Jugoslovenska muslimanska organizacija - Mehmed Spaho")
align="right"
align="right" |6.9
align="right" |24
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align=left colspan=2|Slovenian People's Party - Anton Korošec ("Slovenska ljudska stranka - Anton Korošec")
align="right"
align="right" |3.7
align="right" |14
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align=left colspan=2|Croatian Popular and Bunjevac-Šokac Party ("Hrvatska pučka i Bunjevačko-šokačka stranka")
align="right"
align="right" |3.3
align="right" |13
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align=left colspan=2|Yugoslav Social-Democratic Party ("Jugoslovenska socijaldemokratska stranka")
align="right"
align="right" |2.9
align="right" |13
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align=left colspan=2|National Turkish Organization of Džemijet ("Narodna turska organizacija Džemijet")
align="right"
align="right" |1.9
align="right" |8
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align=left colspan=2|Croatian People's Party ("Hrvatska težačka stranka")
align="right"
align="right" |2.4
align="right" |7
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align=left colspan=2|Croatian Community ("Hrvatska zajednica")
align="right"
align="right" |1.6
align="right" |4
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align=left colspan=2|Yugoslavian Republican Party - Lj. Stojanović ("Jugoslovenska republikanska stranka - Lj. Stojanović")
align="right"
align="right" |1.1
align="right" |3
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align=left colspan=2|Croatian Party of Rights ("Hrvatska stranka prava")
align="right"
align="right" |0.7
align="right" |2
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align=left colspan=2|National Socialist Party ("Narodno-socijalistička stranka")
align="right"
align="right" |0.4
align="right" |2
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align=left colspan=2|Independent - Ante Trumbić ("Nezavisna lista - Ante Trumbić")
align="right"
align="right" |0.4
align="right" |1
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align=left colspan=2|Liberal Party ("Liberalna stranka")
align="right"
align="right" |0.3
align="right" |1
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align=left colspan=2 style="background-color:#E9E9E9"|Total
style="background-color:#E9E9E9"
style="background-color:#E9E9E9"|100
width="30" align="right" style="background-color:#E9E9E9"|419
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External links

* [http://www.hercegbosna.org/ostalo/monarhisticka.html Royal Yugoslavia]


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