1921 Norwegian parliamentary election

1921 Norwegian parliamentary election

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Parliamentary elections were held in Norway on 24 October 1921. This was the first election to use proportional representation, rather than the previous two round system. The result was a victory for the Conservative Party-Free-minded Liberal Party alliance, which won 57 of the 150 seats in the Storting.

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