The Latin name Cisleithania derives from that of the Leitha River, a tributary of the Danube forming the historical boundary between the Archduchy of Austria and the Hungarian Kingdom in the area southeast of Vienna (on the way to Budapest). Much of its territory lay west (or, from a Viennese perspective, on "this" side) of the Leitha.
Cisleithania (în spațiul german Cisleithanien sau Zisleithanien; în latină, Țara de dincoace de Leitha) a fost o denumire folosită inoficial de către funcționari și juriști după întemeierea Dublei Monarhii în 1867, pentru a se referi la părțile nordice și vestice ale Austro-Ungariei.
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Cisleitania (dal latino Cisleithania "al di qua del Leita", fiume che per alcuni tratti segnava il confine tra l'Austria e l'Ungheria; in tedesco: Cisleithanien o Zisleithanien) è stata, a partire dall'Ausgleich del 1867, una denominazione non ufficiale della metà occidentale (austriaca) dell'Impero austro-ungarico, che fino al 1915 era chiamata ufficialmente «I regni e le terre ...
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Cisleitania (en alemán, Cisleithanien o Zisleithanien) era el nombre de la parte austríaca del Imperio austrohúngaro, la monarquía dual creada en 1867 y disuelta en 1918. Las tierras de Cisleitania siguieron constituyendo el Imperio austríaco .
Cisleithania (merah) di Austria-Hongaria.
e Legislative elections to elect the members of the 10th Imperial Council were held in Cisleithania, the northern and western ("Austrian") crown lands of Austria-Hungary, from December 12, 1900 to January 18, 1901.
Legislative elections were held in Cisleithania in 1891 to elect the members of the eighth Imperial Council. They were the last elections in Cisleithania before the Badeni electoral reform, which drastically increased male suffrage. The German Liberal and Constitutional Party received 32.81% of the vote.
- Badeni electoral reform
Legislative elections to elect the members of the ninth Imperial Council were held in March 1897 in Cisleithania, the northern and western crown lands of Austria-Hungary. These elections were first in Cisleithania held under the curial system with universal, but still not equal, suffrage.
Count Kasimir Felix Badeni had led the Cisleithanian government since 1895. In February 1896, the government submitted a proposal for fundamental reform of the electoral system. The so-called Badeni electoral reform kept the curial electoral system, but in addition to four existing curiae, the fifth, general curiae, was added. While voting rights were limited in the four original curiae, the fifth curia included all men older than 24. In May 1896, Badeni electoral reform was approved by the Impe
After the elections, Badeni tried to negotiate with the aim of creating a stable pro-government parliamentary majority. However, he did not consider the German Progressive Party or the radical nationalist Pan-German League, but preferred to try to gain support among conservative German-Austrian politicians, including the liberal German Constitutional Party. After the German Constitutional Party refused to give support to the minority government, Badeni announced on April 2, 1897 that his governm