Bolivian general election, 1934

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Bolivia held a general election on 11 November 1934, electing both a new President of the Republic and a new National Congress, but the results were later nullified.[1] The terms of Senators and Deputies (elected in 1933) then in office were prorogued to 5 August 1936, by Act of National Congress on 4 August 1935.[2]

Results[edit]

President[edit]

Presidential candidates Candidates for Vice President Party/Alliance Votes %
Franz Tamayo Solares Rafael de Ugarte PRG 9,642 59.21
Juan María Zalles (PL) Bernardo Navajas Trigo PL 6,642 40.79
Valid votes 16,284 100.0
Invalid votes ???
Votes cast ???
Registered voters ???
Population ???
Source: Mesa[3]


PL – Liberal Party.

PRG – Genuine Republican Party.


References[edit]

  1. ^ Political handbook of the world 1936. New York, 1936. P. 18.
  2. ^ Political handbook of the world 1936. New York, 1936. P. 18.
  3. ^ Carlos D. Mesa Gisbert Presidentes de Bolivia: entre urnas y fusiles (el poder ejecutivo, los ministros de estado) 2a. Edición Editorial Gisbert. La Paz. 1990. P.104.