Walthamstow East by-election, 1969
The Walthamstow East by-election of 27 March 1969 was held following the death of Labour Member of Parliament (MP) William Robinson. The seat was won by the opposition Conservative Party.
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Norwegian parliamentary election, 1969
Parliamentary elections were held in Norway on 7 and 8 September 1969. Although the Labour Party remained the largest party, winning 74 of the 150 seats, the coalition of right-wing parties won 76 sea...
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Ulster Unionist Party leadership election, 1969
The 1969 Ulster Unionist Party leadership election was the first contested election in the Party's sixty-four year history.In 1963 Terence O'Neill had succeeded Lord Brookeborough as Party Leader and ...
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Portuguese legislative election, 1969
Parliamentary elections were held in Portugal on 26 October 1969. The elections were announced on 12 August, and were the first under Prime Minister Marcelo Caetano, appointed in the previous year to ...
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Mid Ulster by-election, 1969
The Mid Ulster by-election was held on 17 April 1969, following the death of Ulster Unionist Party Member of Parliament for Mid Ulster, George Forrest. The two-way contest was unusual in featuring two...
Irish general election, 1969
The Irish general election of 1969 was held on 18 June 1969. The newly elected members of the 19th Dáil assembled at Leinster House on 2 July when the new Taoiseach and government were appointed. The ...
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Sardinian regional election, 1969
The Sardinian regional election of 1969 took place on 15 June 1969.After the election Giovanni Del Rio, the incumbent Christian Democratic President, formed a new government that lasted only some mont...
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Turkish general election, 1969
General elections were held in Turkey on 12 October 1969. The result was a victory for the Justice Party, which won 256 of the 450 seats. Voter turnout was 64.3%.
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Swindon by-election, 1969
The Swindon by-election of 3 October 1969 was held after Labour Member of Parliament (MP) Francis Noel-Baker resigned from the House of Commons. The seat was won by the Conservative Party in a defeat ...
West German federal election, 1969
Federal elections were held in West Germany on 28 September 1969. The CDU/CSU remained the largest faction and the Social Democratic Party remained the largest single party in the Bundestag, winning 2...
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Brighton Pavilion by-election, 1969
The Brighton Pavilion by-election of 27 March 1969 was held after Conservative Member of Parliament (MP) William Teeling resigned from the House of Commons due to health problems. The seat was retaine...
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French constitutional referendum, 1969
A constitutional referendum was held in France on 27 April 1969. The reforms would have led to government decentralization and changes to the Senate. It was rejected by 52.4% of voters, and failure of...
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French presidential election, 1969
The 1969 French presidential election took place on 1 June and 15 June 1969. It occurred due to the resignation of President Charles de Gaulle on 28 April 1969. Indeed, De Gaulle had decided to consul...
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Louth by-election, 1969
The Louth by-election, 1969 was a by-election held on 4 December 1969 for the British House of Commons constituency of Louth in Lincolnshire.The seat had become vacant on the death on 31 August of the...
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Birmingham Ladywood by-election, 1969
The Birmingham Ladywood by-election, in Birmingham, on 26 June 1969 was held after Labour Member of Parliament (MP) Victor Yates died on 19 January the same year. Although the seat had been Labour-hel...
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Paddington North by-election, 1969
The Paddington North by-election, 1969 was a by-election to the British House of Commons for the constituency of Paddington North. It was necessitated by the death of sitting MP Ben ParkinHe was on th...
Northern Ireland general election, 1969
The Northern Ireland general election, 1969 was held on Monday 24 February 1969. It was the last election to the Parliament of Northern Ireland before its abolition by the Northern Ireland Constituti...
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Chichester by-election, 1969
The Chichester by-election of 22 May 1969 was held following the death of Conservative Member of Parliament (MP) Walter Loveys. The seat was retained by the Conservatives.