Agrarian Party (Yugoslavia)
The party originally operated on the whole territory of the state, but in areas with a Croatian majority, the party merged into the Croatian Peasant Party. A splinter party later emerged called the National Peasant Party of Dragoljub Jovanović.
The party was later banned by the Communist Yugoslav authorities.
- Mihailo Avramović (1919–23)
- Jovan Jovanović Pižon (1923–39)
- Branislav Gligorijević, Zemljoradnička stranka, Istorija 20. veka, 1995, vol. 13, br. 2, str. 25-36.
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