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Title:PARLAMENTARNE VOLITVE V PREKMURJU MED SVETOVNIMA VOJNAMA
Authors:Ficko, Robert (Author)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:V diplomski nalogi predstavljam parlamentarne volitve v Prekmurju med svetovnima vojnama. Prekmurci so se leta 1919 po 900 letih Ogrske oblasti znašli v novi državi. Nova država pa jim je prinesla tudi večstrankarski sistem in volitve v parlament. Značilna za Prekmurje je bila, bolj kot v ostali Sloveniji, verska in nacionalna pestrost, ki sta pustili svoj pečat tudi na volitvah. Značilnost prvih volitev je bila sorazmerno nizka volilna udeležba, saj Prekmurci še niso bili ravno politično ozaveščeni. Zmago na volitvah je odnesel katoliški tabor s Slovensko ljudsko stranko in svojimi zahtevami po avtonomiji. Prekmurci so dolga leta živeli po krščanskih načelih in tako so tudi najbolj zaupali stranki, ki jim je bila najbližja. Z večanjem števila strank na nadaljnjih volitvah se je večala tudi volilna udeležba. Politična nezrelost in mamljive obljube so prinesle uspehe tudi neslovenskim strankam. Hrvaški politik Stjepan Radić je tako iz volitev 1925 odnesel celo zmago. A ker je šlo le za obljube v prazno, je tako hitro, kot je doživel uspeh, doživel tudi svoj zaton in popoln politični poraz. Trideseta leta so prinesla diktaturo in politični uspeh soboškemu politiku in industrialcu Josipu Benku, ki je bil iz osebnih interesov vedno na strani vladne politike. Ponovno sodelovanje opozicije na volitvah 1935 in 1938 je spet prineslo politično pestrost. A sedaj opozicija z raznoraznimi obljubami več ni dosegala uspehov. Ljudje več niso nasedali obljubam in so ostali na strani vladne politike in njihovih kandidatov.
Keywords:Prekmurje, volitve, Jožef Klekl, Stjepan Radić, Josip Benko, politična zgodovina, politične stranke.
Year of publishing:2011
Publisher:[R. Ficko]
Source:Maribor
UDC:93/94(043.2)
COBISS_ID:18923784 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:PWKKANNW
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS IN THE INTERWAR PERIOD IN PREKMURJE
Abstract:The diploma thesis presents the parliamentary elections in Prekmurje region between the two world wars. Following the 900 years of living under Kingdom of Hungary, people of Prekmurje region became citizens of a new country. The new country also brought a multiparty system with elections to the parliament. More than in the rest of Slovenia, it was the religious and national diversity typical for the region, which contributed to the result of elections. There was a relatively low turnout due to the fact of low level of political awareness. Finally the Catholic block took the win at the elections along with the Slovenian People's Party and its demands for autonomy. People of Prekmurje had lived a long time by Christian principles and so they trusted the party that was closest to it. By increasing the number of parties in the following elections, the turnout increased. Political immaturity and tempting promises ensured success to non-Slovene parties as well. Thus the Croatian Stjepan Radić was even victorious in 1925. But since he was only making empty promises, as fast as he won the elections, he also experienced a total political defeat and went down rapidly. The thirties brought the dictatorship and the political success of the Murska Sobota politician and industrialist Josip Benko, who always supported the government policy because of personal interests. Returning of the opposition in elections 1935 and 1938 once again brought political diversity. But this time there was no success with all kinds of promises they were making. People no longer fell for their promises and remained on the side of government's policies and with their candidates.
Keywords:Prekmurje, elections, Jožef Klekl, Stjepan Radić, Josip Benko, political history, political parties.


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