1936 Lithuanian parliamentary election
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Candidates had to be nominated by district or town councils. The number of candidates nominated was equal to the number of seats available, and the number of seats was reduced from 85 to 49. All political parties were banned except the Lithuanian Nationalist Union and its allies. The Nationalist Union won 42 seats, whilst the remaining seven were taken by Young Lithuania, a youth branch of the Nationalist Union. The fourth Seimas first met on 1 September 1936, and drew up a new constitution, which was promulgated on 11 February 1938.
- Fourth Seimas 1936 - 1940 Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania
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- IV Seimas (1936-1940) Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania (in Lithuanian)
- Kamuntavičius, Rūstis; Vaida Kamuntavičienė; Remigijus Civinskas; Kastytis Antanaitis (2001). Lietuvos istorija 11–12 klasėms (in Lithuanian). Vilnius: Vaga. pp. 385–386. ISBN 5-415-01502-7.