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ⓘ 26th General Assembly of Newfoundland




26th General Assembly of Newfoundland
                                     

ⓘ 26th General Assembly of Newfoundland

The members of the 26th General Assembly of Newfoundland were elected in the Newfoundland general election held in June 1924. The general assembly sat from 1924 to 1928.

Liberal-conservative Progressive party, led by Walter Stanley Monroe, who formed the government. Monroe resigned as Prime Minister in August 1928 and was succeeded by Frederick C. Alderdice.

Cyril Fox served as speaker.

Sir William Allardyce was Governor of Newfoundland.

The liberal-Progressive party was created after the collapse of the liberal governments reforms in 1924, when the former liberal reformers joined with albert Hickman to form a new government in the last days of the previous session of the General Assembly.

In April 1925, the law On the elections Newfoundland was amended to give all women over 25 the right to vote, men were allowed to vote at the age of 21 years. On 25 April passed a law that changed the distribution of seats in the House of Assembly.

                                     
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