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انتخابات مجلس ایران، 1952م


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Parliamentary elections were held in Iran in 1952. However, voting was stopped by Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddegh after enough MPs were elected to form a parliamentary quorum. The National Front won 30 seats, whilst Royalists won 49.

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