Dutch general election, 1917

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Elections in the Netherlands for the Tweede Kamer of Parliament

The parties agreed to held elections in which the incumbent members of parliament were the only candidates in order to allow a change in the constitution to introduce universal male suffrage and proportional representation.

[edit] National summary

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Party% Seats
Anti-Revolutionaire Partij.11
Sociaal Democratische Arbeiders Partij.15
Liberale Unie.22
Roomsch-Katholieke Bond van Kiesverenigingen.25
Christelijk-Historische Unie.10
Vrijzinnig Democratische Bond.5
Bond van Vrije Liberalen.10
Total-100

[edit] Parties

  • Anti Revolutionary Party (Anti-Revolutionaire Partij)
  • Christian Historical Union (Christelijke-Historische Unie)
  • Freethinking Democratic League (Vrijzinnig Democratische Bond)
  • League of Free Liberals (Bond van Vrije Liberalen)
  • Liberal Union (Liberale Unie)
  • Roman Catholic League of Electoral Associations (Roomsch-Katholieke Bond van Kiesverenigingen)
  • Social Democratic Workers' Party (Sociaal-Democratische Arbeiderspartij)
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Dutch general election, 1917

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