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1832 Norwegian parliamentary election

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Parliamentary elections were held in Norway in 1832. As political parties were not officially established until 1884, all those elected were independents. The number of seats in the Storting was increased from 81 to 95. Voter turnout was 48%, although only 5.6% of the country's population was eligible to vote.
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