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On 16 March 16 1958, elections were held to the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union. The Supreme Soviet was made up of two chambers, each of 750 deputies: the Soviet of the Union (one deputy per 300,000 citizens) and the Soviet of Nationalities (32 deputies from each union republic, 11 from each autonomous republic, 5 from each autonomous oblast, and 1 from each autonomous okrug). According to Soviet law, 2,852,000 out of an eligible adult population of 133,386,000 were disenfranchised for various reasons. References The Distinctiveness of Soviet Law. Ferdinand Joseph Maria Feldbrugge, ed. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers: Dordrecht (1987): 110. v · d · e Elections and referendums in the Soviet Union Federal elections Congress of Soviets elections 1929 Supreme Soviet elections 1937 · 1946 · 1950 · 1954 · 1958 · 1962 · 1966 · 1970 · 1974 · 1979 · 1984 Congress of People's Deputies elections 1989 Republican elections Supreme Soviet elections 1938 · 1947 · 1951 · 1955 · 1959 · 1985 · 1990 (Lithuania) · 1990 (Moldova) · 1990 (Ukraine) · 1990 (Estonia) · 1990 (Latvia) · 1990 (Azerbaijan) · 1990 (Georgia) Congress of People's Deputies elections 1990 (Russia) Presidential elections Georgia, 1991 · Russia, 1991 · Ukraine, 1991 Other republican elections Western Ukraine and Western Belarus, 1939 Referendums Federal referendums 1991 Republican referendums Russia, 1991 · Abkhazia, 1991 · Georgia, 1991 · Ukraine, 1991