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1934 Transjordanian general election Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1934_Transjordanian_general_election

General elections were held in Transjordan on 16 October 1934.[1]

Electoral system[edit]

The 1928 basic law provided for a unicameral Legislative Council. The 16 elected members were joined by the six-member cabinet, which included the Prime Minister.[1] The term length was set at three years.[1]

Results[edit]

The sixteen elected members were:

  • Majed al-Adwan
  • Wasef al-Bsharat
  • Methqal al-Faiez
  • Mahmud al-Fniash
  • Nathmi Abd al-Hadi
  • Mahmud al-Kreshan
  • Refefan al-Majali
  • Fawzi al-Mulqi
  • Alhajj Fawzi al-Nabelsi
  • Salih al-Oran
  • Alhajj As'ad al-Qalil
  • Suleyman al-Qalil
  • Abdullah al-Kulayb
  • Falah al-Thaher
  • Metri al-Zraiqat
  • Hamad Bin Jazi

Aftermath[edit]

Ibrahim Hashem formed a government that included Odeh Al-Qsous, Sa`id al-Mufti, Shukri Sha'sha'h, Hashem Khiar and Qasem Al-Hindawi.[1] It became the first government to last a full Council term.[1]

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