Bulgarian parliamentary election, 1914
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Parliamentary elections were held in Bulgaria on 23 February 1914. The result was a victory for the Liberal Concentration, an alliance of the Liberal Party, the People's Liberal Party and the Young Liberals Party, which won 126 of the 245 seats. Voter turnout was 67.1%.
|Bulgarian Agrarian National Union||147,143||19.3||47||–1|
|Bulgarian Social Democratic Workers Party (Broad Socialists)||42,235||5.9||10||–9|
|Bulgarian Social Democratic Workers' Party (Narrow Socialists)||43,251||5.7||11||–17|
|Radical Democratic Party||27,353||3.6||5||0|
|Progressive Liberal Party||23,307||3.0||2||+1|
|Source: Nohlen & Stöver|
¹ Of the 126 seats, the Liberal Party won 83, the People's Liberal Party 31 and the Young Liberals Party twelve.