Montenegrin parliamentary election, 1907

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Parliamentary elections were held in Montenegro on 31 October 1907.[1] The elections were boycotted by the Radicals, who had complained of intimidation and claimed that they had been portrayed as hostile to Prince Nicholas.[2] The offices of the Radical's newspaper in Nikšić was wrecked on two occasions, whilst a café known to be a meeting place of Radicals was also attacked.[2] The Conservatives were supported by the royal court and the army.[2]

The newly elected Parliament met for the first time on 21 November 1907.[1] Following the elections, 150 members of the Greater Serbian Party were arrested for treason.[3]


  1. 1 2 History Parliament of Montenegro
  2. 1 2 3 "Montenegro", The Times, 15 October 1907
  3. "News in Brief", The Times, 14 November 1907
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