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100 seats in the Riigikogu
51 seats were needed for a majority
Parliamentary elections were held in Estonia between 5 and 7 May 1923. There were some controversies - some lists, most remarkably Communist, were declared void before the elections because of electoral law violations, and the results gave Estonia its most fragmented parliament ever.
|Estonian Social Democratic Workers' Party||64,297||14.0||15||–3|
|Estonian Labour Party||51,674||11.2||12||–10|
|Workers' United Front||43,711||9.5||10||+5|
|Estonian People's Party||34,646||7.5||8||–2|
|Christian Democratic Party||33,700||7.3||8||+1|
|Independent Socialist Workers' Party||21,704||4.7||5||–6|
|National Liberal Party||20,670||4.5||4||New|
|Demobilised Soldiers' Union||5,670||1.2||1||New|
|Working People's Union||3,996||0.9||0||New|
|Swedish People's League||3,600||0.8||0||New|
|Smallholders of Saaremaa||2,496||0.5||0||New|
|Smallholders, Settlers, Rural and Urban Workers||932||0.2||0||New|
|Country People's Party (Võru, Valga and Petseri)||481||0.1||0||New|
|Settlers and State Leaseholders||475||0.1||0||New|
|Country People's Party (Harju County)||175||0.0||0||New|
|Party of Nationalists (Viru County)||175||0.0||0||New|
|Country People's Party (Tallinn)||48||0.0||0||New|
|Source: Nohlen & Stöver|
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