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Russian legislative election, October 1907


Russian legislative election, October 1907

Parliamentary elections were held in the Russian Empire in October 1907. They were the second that year after the dissolution of the Second State Duma. The Union of October 17 emerged as the largest party in the third State Duma, winning 125 of the 442 seats.[1]


Party Seats +/–
Union of October 17 125 New
Nationalists 90
Constitutional Democratic Party 53 –45
Right-wing 51 +29
Progressist Party-Party of Peaceful Renovation 39 New
Russian Social Democratic Labour Party 19 –52
Trudoviks 13 –91
Right-wing Octobrists 11 New
Polskoe Kolo 11 New
Muslim Group 8 New
Polish-Lithuanian-Belarusian Group 7 New
Independents 15 –35
Total 442 –76
Source: Great Russian Encyclopedia


  1. ^ "State Duma" Отечественная история с древнейших времён до 1917 года Great Russian Encyclopedia, 1994, pp611–613
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