Assembly of Representatives election, 1931
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Voter choice was limited by ethnic groups; Ashkenazi Jews could only vote for Ashkenazi lists, whilst Sephardic Jews and Yemenite Jews were similarly constrained. A total of 18 lists contested the election.
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Following its election, the Assembly elected the 23-member Jewish National Council. Of the 23 elected members, 11 were from Mapai, four from the Sephardim Bloc, three from Mizrachi, three from the General Zionists and two from smaller parties. The Revisionists refused to join the Council on the basis that the Assembly refused to pass three resolutions it presented on not taking part in the Legislative Council, overturning the decision of the Jewish Agency to take part in a round table conference or to not send members to negotiate with the British government.