SÚVISLOSTI KANDIDATÚRY SLOVÁKOV NA POSLANCOV UHORSKÉHO PARLAMENTU V OKRESE GIRALTOVCE V ROKU 1906
Context of the Slovak candidacy for members of the Hungarian parliament in the district of Giraltovce in 1906
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The elections to the Hungarian parliament in the Slovak constituencies were mostly dramatic before World War I. They were accompanied by various machinations, intervention of the armed forces, the persecution of Slovak candidates and their voters. Such was the course of the elections in the east of Slovakia, where the weak national awareness of Slovaks living there and the socio-political conditions were very unfavourable for the development of activities in the national spirit. The article places the main emphasis on approaching the efforts of Ivan Pivka and Ľudovít Medvecký to obtain a parliamentary seat in the Hungarian parliament in 1906, who were nominated by the Slovak National Party (SNS) for the Giraltovce district.
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