Croatian parliamentary election, 1913

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Croatian parliamentary election, 1913
Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia
1911 ←
16 - 17 December 1913

88 seats to the Sabor
  First party Second party Third party
  Svetozar Pribićević (1).jpg
Leader Svetozar Pribićević Mile Starčević Aleksandar Horvat
Party Croat-Serb Coalition Starčević's Party of Rights Christian-Social Party of Rights
Seats won
48 / 88
11 / 88
9 / 88
Seat change Increase 24
Popular vote 43,645 14,446 15,834
Percentage 39.09% 12.94% 14.18%
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Croatian parliamentary elections were held on 16 and 17 December 1913. There were 209,618 eligible male voters. According to the census of December 31, 1910, the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia had a population of 2,621,954.

The Croatian parliament had been dissolved by ban Slavko Cuvaj on 27 January 1912. On April 4 Cuvaj suspended the constitution and the following day was proclaimed commissioner of the Kingdom. Over the course of the following year two assassination attempts were made on Cuvaj, leading to his withdrawal as commissioner. Ivan Skerlecz was proclaimed ban on November 27, 1913 and called elections for 16 and 17 December.

Results[edit]

e • d  Summary of the 16-17 December, 1913 Croatian Parliament (Hrvatski Sabor) election results
Parties and coalitions Votes Vote % Seats Seat %
Croat-Serb Coalition (Hrvatsko-srpska koalicija) 43,645 39.09 48 54.55
(30,343) (29) 32.95
(11,704) (17) 19.32
  • Non-partisan Coalition-affiliated candidates (Kandidati koalicije izvan stranaka)
(1,598) (2) 2.27
Christian-Social Party of Rights (Kršćansko-socijalna stranka prava) 15,834 14.18 9 10.23
Unionists out of the Party clubs/Old Magyarons (Unionisti izvan stranaka/Staromađaroni) 15,616 13.99 12 13.64
Starčević's Party of Rights (Starčevićeva stranka prava) 14,446 12.94 11 12.50
Croatian Peoples' Peasant Party (Hrvatska Pučka Seljačka Stranka) 13,024 11.66 3 3.41
Rightists out of the Party clubs (Pravaši izvan stranačkih klubova) 3,076 2.75 3 3.41
Independent Parliamentary Club/Osijek Group (Nezavisni saborski klub/Osječani) 2,153 1.93 2 2.27
Serb Peoples' Radical Party (Srpska Narodna Radikalna Stranka) 3,234 2.90 0 0.00
Social Democratic Party (Socijal-demokratska stranka) 626 0.56 0 0.00
Total 111,654 100.00 88 100.00
Turnout 111,654 53.27
Registered Voters 209,618
Constituency Elected Deputy Party
Bakar Makso Rošić
Biškupec Josip Milković
Bjelovar Josip Werklein
Bošnjaci Đuro Šurmin
Brlog Srđan Budisavljević
Brod Vladimir Prebeg Party of Rights
Cerna Mirko Kutuzović
Čazma Vinko Lovreković Croatian Peoples' Peasant Party
Dalj Josif Rajačić
Daruvar Mijo Ettinger
Delnice Fran Serafin Križ
Donja Stubica Marko Novosel
Donji Miholjac Franjo Poljak
Draganić Gustav Modrušan
Dugo Selo Marko Mileusnić
Đakovo Ivan Ribar
Garčin Dragutin Hrvoj
Glina Nikola Ercegovac
Gospić Vinko Krišković
Gračac Đuro Miščević
Hercegovac Većeslav Wilder
Hrtkovci Giga Jović
Ilok Gavro Manojlović
Irig Anatolije Janković
Ivanec Cezar Akačić
Jastrebarsko Vojislav Kemf
Karlobag Ivan Peršić
Karlovac Edmund Lukinić
Karlovci Lazar Sekulić
Klanjec Dragutin Hrvoj
Kloštar Petar Majer
Koprivnica Stjepan Zagorac
Korenica Svetozar Pribićević Serb Independent Party
Kostajnica Dušan Peleš
Krapina Stjepan Cerovac
Križ Ivo Frank Christian-Social Party of Rights
Križevci Fran Novak
Ludbreg Stjepan Radić Croatian Peoples' Peasant Party
Martinci Stevan Simeonović
Mitrovica Dušan Popović
Morović Svetislav Šumanović
Našice Teodor Pejacsevich
Nova Gradiška Hinko Hinković
Novigrad Tomo Jalžabetić Croatian Peoples' Peasant Party
Novi Marof Aleksandar Horvat
Novska Josip Šilović
Nuštar Mark Aurel Fodroczy
Ogulin Vladimir Nikolić
Osijek I Ante Pinterović
Osijek II Ivan Rikard Ivanović
Otočac Živko Petričić
Pakrac Milenko Marković
Perušić Stipe Vučetić
Petrinja Aleksandar Badaj
Pisarovina Franjo Kufrin
Plaški Bogdan Medaković
Požega Eduard Kurschner
Pregrada Vuk Kiš
Ruma Marko Pejačević
Samobor Ante Pavelić, dentist
Selce Bogoslav Mažuranić
Senj Guido Hreljanović
Sisak Grga Tuškan
Slatina Franjo Zbierchowski
Slunj Mato Polić
Srb Petar Krajnović
Stara Pazova Nikola Petrović
Sveti Ivan Zelina Mile Starčević
Sveti Ivan Žabno Stjepan Pavunić
Šid Vitomir Korać?
Šimanovci Svetislav Popović
Udbina Pajo Obradović
Valpovo Ivan Lorković
Varaždin Ljubo Babić-Gjalski
Velika Gorica Ivan Peršić
Vilić Selo Ivan Zatluka
Vinkovci Stjepan Tropsch
Virovitica Aladar Jankovich
Vojnić Vaso Muačević
Vrbovsko Pero Magdić
Vrginmost Bude Budisavljević
Vuka Antun Mihalovich
Vukovar Ivan Paleček
Zagreb I Gjuro Šurmin Croatian Independent Party
Zagreb II Miroslav Kulmer Croatian Independent Party
Zagreb III Janko Holjac Croatian Independent Party
Zemun Aleksandar Rakodczay
Zlatar Aurel Rauer

Sources[edit]

  • Branko Dubravica: Parlamentarni izbori u Hrvatskoj i Velikoj Gorici (1848.-1938.); Albatros, Velika Gorica 2004, pp. 189–190, ISBN 953-6127-48-2