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1887 Hungarian parliamentary election

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1887 Hungarian parliamentary election

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All 413 seats in the Diet
207 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
 
Leader Gusztáv Vizsolyi Dániel Irányi Dezső Szilágyi
Party Liberal Party Party of Independence and '48 Moderate Opposition
Last election 234 seats, 56.52% did not contest 64 seats, 15.46%
Seats won 263 78 44
Seat change 29 20
Percentage 63.68% 18.89% 10.65%
Swing 7.16% 4.81%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
 
Leader Győző Istóczy
Party National Antisemitic Party Ethnic minority parties Independents
Last election 17 seats, 4.12% 15 seats, 3.63% 8 seats, 1.94%
Seats won 11 9 8
Seat change 6 6 0
Percentage 2.66% 2.18% 1.94%
Swing 1.46% 1.45% 0

Prime Minister before election

Kálmán Tisza
Liberal Party

Elected Prime Minister

Kálmán Tisza
Liberal Party

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Hungary

Parliamentary elections were held in Hungary between 17 and 26 July 1887. The result was a victory for the Liberal Party, which won 263 of the 413 seats.

Violence during the election campaign resulted in the death of nine men and twelve people being seriously injured.[1]

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Results

Party Seats +/– Notes
Liberal Party 263 +29 Government
Moderate Opposition 44 –20 Opposition
Party of Independence and '48 78 +3 Opposition
National Antisemitic Party 11 –6 Opposition
Minorities' Party 9 –6 Opposition
Independents 8 0 Independent
Total 413 0

References

  1. ^ "Hungarian Parties", The Times, 27 June 1887
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