1901 Hungarian parliamentary election


Parliamentary elections were held in Hungary between 2 and 9 October 1901. The result was a victory for the Liberal Party, which won 277 of the 413 seats.

1901 Hungarian parliamentary election

 1896 2–9 October 1901 1905 

All 413 seats in the Diet
207 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
 
Leader Frigyes Podmaniczky Ferenc Kossuth János Zichy
Party Liberal Party Party of Independence and '48 Catholic People Party
Last election 290 seats, 70.21% 50 seats, 12.10% 18 seats, 4.36%
Seats won 277 79 25
Seat change 13 19 7
Percentage 67.07% 19.12% 6.05%
Swing 3.14% 7.02% 1.69%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
 
Leader Gábor Ugron
Party 'Ugron' Party of Independence and '48 Independents Slovak National Party
Last election 11 seats, 2.66% 10 seats, 2.42%
Seats won 13 13 4
Seat change 2 3
Percentage 3.14% 3.14% 0.94%
Swing 0.48% 0.72%

  Seventh party Eighth party
 
Leader Vilmos Vázsonyi
Party Serb National Party Democratic Party
Last election did not contest
Seats won 1 1
Seat change
Percentage 0.24% 0.24%
Swing

Prime Minister before election

Kálmán Széll
Liberal Party

Elected Prime Minister

Kálmán Széll
Liberal Party

Results


Party Seats  % Parliamentary role
Liberal Party 277 67,07% government
Party of Independence and '48 79 19,12% opposition
Catholic People's Party 25 6,05% opposition
'Ugron' Party of Independence and '48 13 3,14% opposition
Independent 13 3,14% independent
Slovak National Party 4 0,97% opposition
Serb National Party 1 0,24% opposition
Democratic Party 1 0,24% opposition
Total 413 100%