September 1903 Serbian parliamentary election


Parliamentary elections were held in Serbia on 21 September 1903.[1] Following the elections, Sava Grujić of the People's Radical Party formed a government in coalition with several independents.[2]

1903 Serbian parliamentary election

 1901 21 September 1903 1905 

All 160 seats in the National Assembly
81 seats needed for a majority
Turnout52.9%
Party Leader % Seats
NRS Nikola Pašić 36.0 75
SRS Ljubomir Živković 33.3 66
NS Stojan Ribarac 17.8 17
SNS Stojan Novaković 6.0 1
SSDP Dragiša Lapčević 1.0 1
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
Prime Minister before Prime Minister after
Jovan Avakumović
Liberal Party
Sava Grujić
People's Radical Party

Results


Party Votes % Seats
People's Radical Party95,88336.075
Independent Radical Party88,65033.366
National Party47,29817.817
Serbian Progressive Party15,9586.01
Independent Radical dissidents8,6443.20
People's Radical dissidents6,1592.30
Social Democratic Party2,6271.01
Independent lists1,1810.40
Total266,400100160
Registered voters/turnout503,38552.9
Source: Slobodan Antonic

References


  1. "News in Brief", The Times, 8 July 1903
  2. "The Situation In Servia", The Times, 6 October 1903