1906 Hungarian parliamentary election

Parliamentary elections were held in Hungary between 29 April and 8 May 1906. The parties of the allied opposition received 87.96% of the vote. The main party of the opposition, the Party for Independence and '48, received an absolute majority alone (61.26%). However the party failed to govern effectively as cleavages in the party led to several splits and due to the compromise made with Franz Joseph I of Austria.

1906 Hungarian parliamentary election

 1905 29 April – 8 May 1906 1910 

All 413 seats in the Diet
207 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
 
Leader Ferenc Kossuth Gyula Andrássy Aladár Zichy
Party Party of Independence and '48 National Constitution Party Catholic People Party
Alliance Allied opposition Allied opposition Allied opposition
Last election 165 seats, 39.95% 27 seats, 6.54% 25 seats, 6.05%
Seats won 253 71 33
Seat change 88 44 8
Percentage 61.26% 17.19% 7.99%
Swing 21.31% 10.65% 1.94%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
 
Leader Gheorghe Pop de Băsești
Party Romanian National Party Saxon Party Independents
Alliance
Last election 8 seats, 1.94% 10 seats, 2.42%
Seats won 14 13 13
Seat change 6 3
Percentage 3.39% 3.15% 3.15%
Swing 1.45% 0.72%

  Seventh party Eighth party Ninth party
 
Leader Pavol Mudroň Vilmos Vázsonyi
Party Slovak National Party Serb National Party Democratic Party
Alliance Allied opposition
Leader since 1877
Last election 1 seat, 0.24 % 2 seats, 0.48%
Seats before 1
Seats won 7 4 3
Seat change 6 1
Percentage 1.69% 0.94% 0.72%
Swing 1.45% 0.24%

Prime Minister before election

Géza Fejérváry
Independent

Elected Prime Minister

Sándor Wekerle
National Constitution Party