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انتخابات مجلس ایران، 1971م


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Parliamentary elections were held in Iran on 9 July 1971. The result was a victory for the New Iran Party, which won 230 of the 268 seats in the Majlis and 28 of the 30 seats in the Senate. Voter turnout was around 35%. The elections were boycotted by the Pan-Iranist Party, which complained that the government held a monopoly over campaign broadcasts on state radio and television, and also claimed that its newspaper had been censored.

Following the elections, Prime Minister Amir-Abbas Hoveyda formed a new government on 13 September.

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Results Majlis Party Votes % Seats +/-
New Iran Party 230 +50
People''s Party 37 +6
Independents 1 –2
Invalid/blank votes
Total 268 +49
Source: IPU
Senate Party Votes % Seats +/-
New Iran Party 28 +2
People''s Party 2 –2
Independents 0 0
Appointed seats 30 0
Invalid/blank votes
Total 60 0
Source: IPU

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