1886 Bulgarian Constitutional Assembly election

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Constitutional Assembly elections were held in Bulgaria in 1886. The body known as the Grand National Assembly (Bulgaria: Велико народно събрание - Veliko Narodno Subranie) was convened for a third time in order to elect a new prince following the abdication of Alexander I. The assembly was composed of 493 representatives and convened on 19 October 1886. It then dissolved itself on 3 August 1887,[1] having elected Ferdinand Saxe-Coburg and Gotha as the new prince of Bulgaria.

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  1. ^ "Хронология на Народното събрание". Народно събрание на Република България. Народното събрание на Република България. Retrieved 5 April 2014.