Serbian parliamentary election, 1880

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Parliamentary elections were held in Serbia on 12 December 1880.[1] As expected,[1] the elections resulted in a majority for the government, whose supporters won 94 seats, whilst Radicals won only 18 seats.[2] By January 1881 the number of government supporters had risen to over 100, whilst the Radicals had split.[3]


Prince Milan signed a decree dissolving the National Assembly and calling elections on 5 November.[4] Unlike the previous elections in which many candidates were returned unopposed, most seats were contested.[1]


  1. 1 2 3 "Servia", The Times, 13 December 1880
  2. "News in Brief", The Times, 15 December 1880
  3. "Servia", The Times, 24 January 1881
  4. "News in Brief", The Times, 6 November 1880
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