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100 seats in the Riigikogu
51 seats were needed for a majority
Parliamentary elections were held in Estonia between 15 and 17 May 1926. Before the elections the electoral law was changed to create more stability by introducing a system of bonds and raising the electoral threshold to require a party to win a minimum of two seats.
|Estonian Socialist Workers' Party||119,914||22.9||24||+4|
|Estonian Labour Party||64,648||12.3||13||+1|
|Estonian People's Party||38,824||7.4||8||0|
|Estonian Workers' Party||30,339||5.8||6||–4|
|Christian People's Party||28,133||5.4||5||–3|
|National Liberal Party||4,854||0.9||0||–4|
|Working People's Union||3,704||0.7||0||0|
|Country People's Union||603||0.1||0||0|
|Source: Nohlen & Stöver|
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