Bulgarian parliamentary election, November 1923
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Parliamentary elections were held in Bulgaria on 18 November 1923. They followed a coup in June that had overthrown the Bulgarian Agrarian National Union government led by Aleksandar Stamboliyski, which had been elected in April. The result was a victory for the Democratic Alliance, which won 200 of the 247 seats. Voter turnout was 86.2%.
|Bulgarian Agrarian National Union||132,160||13.2||19||−193|
|National Liberal Party||120,640||12.0||7||+7|
|Bulgarian Communist Party||8,437||0.8|
|Source: Nohlen & Stöver|