Croatian local elections, 1940

Croatian local elections, 1940
Banovina of Croatia
19 May 1940

Coalition HSS-SDS
Municipalities 425 106 27
Mandates 9,385 1,708 767
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The 1940 Croatian local elections were held in 625 municipalities of the Banovina of Croatia on 19 May 1940. The Croatian Peasant Party (HSS) won a majority in 425 municipalities. The Peasant-Democratic Coalition (SDK), a coalition of the HSS and the Independent Democratic Party (SDS), won 106 municipalities, the SDS won 27 municipalities, while the Yugoslav Radical Union (JRZ) won 20.[1][2] The elections were not held in cities.

Election results

Political party Mandates % Municipalities %
Croatian Peasant Party
Hrvatska seljačka stranka
9,385 425
Peasant-Democratic Coalition
Seljačko demokratska koalicija
1,708 106
Independent Democratic Party
Samostalna demokratska stranka
767 27
Croatian Peasant Party and Muslims
Hrvatska seljačka stranka i Muslimani
149 4
Yugoslav Radical Union
Jugoslavenska radikalna zajednica
489 20
Serb non-partisan list
Vanstranačka srpska lista
262 18
Other lists
Ostale liste
316 25
Total 13,076 625


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