Osijek Oblast

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Osijek Oblast
Osječka oblast
Oblast of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes

 

 

1922–1929
Capital Osijek
History
 -  Vidovdan Constitution 1922
 -  Royal dictatorship 1929
Area
 -  estimate 13,394 km2 (5,171 sq mi)
Population
 -  estimate 775,823 
Density 57.9 /km2  (150 /sq mi)
Today part of Croatia
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The Osijek Oblast (Croatian: Osječka oblast) was an administrative division of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. It existed from 1922 to 1929 and its capital was in the city of Osijek.

Oblast elections[edit]

Elections to oblasts were held once on January 23, 1927.

Parties Representatives From Osijek Percentage
Croatian Peasant Party 59 1 76.6%
Independent Democratic Party 11 - 14.3%
Croatian Federalist Peasant Party 3 3 3.9%
People's Radical Party 2 1 2.6%
Croatian Party of Rights 1 - 1.3%
Independent Democratic Party dissidents 1 - 1.3%
Total[1] 77 5 100.0%

Veliki župan[edit]

The oblast was headed by a veliki župan (Slovenian for "Great mayor"). These were:[2]

  • Franjo Gabrek (1922 – 1924)
  • Ante Perković (1924 – 1925)
  • Ljudevit Gaj (1925 – 1927)
  • Radmilo Vujović (1927 – 1928)
  • Ladislav Hanžeković (1928 – 1929)
  • Juraj Kučić (1929)
  • Ante Perković (1929)

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