Bulgarian parliamentary election, 1911
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Parliamentary elections were held in Bulgaria on 4 September 1911. The result was a victory for the People's Party-Progressive Liberal Party alliance, which won 190 of the 213 seats. Voter turnout was 47.2%.
|People's Party-Progressive Liberal Party||273,223||54.2||190¹||+180|
|Bulgarian Agrarian National Union||71,943||14.3||4||−15|
|People's Liberal Party||17,685||3.5||6||+5|
|Radical Democratic Party||12,918||2.6||0||0|
|Bulgarian Social Democratic Workers Party (Narrow Socialists)||12,850||2.5||0||0|
|Bulgarian Social Democratic Workers Party (Broad Socialists)||12,715||2.5||0||0|
|Young Liberals Party||6,415||1.3||1||+1|
|Source: Nohlen & Stöver|
¹ Of the 190 seats, the People's won 99 and the Progressive Liberal Party 91.
² The Liberal coalitions were a variety of local alliances between the Liberal Party, People's Liberal Party and the Young Liberals Party.