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Assembly By-election (NI)
Thursday 1 March 1984



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Assembly By-election (NI)
Thursday 1 March 1984

This is a draft (v1) of the results of the 1984 Northern Ireland Assembly By-election.

Introduction

A by-election was held in the Belfast South constituency of Northern Ireland on Thursday 1 March 1984. This seat had previously been held by Edgar Graham of the Ulster Unionist Party, who was murdered in December 1983. Frank Millar, also of the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) stood for election, and was returned unopposed.


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