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French legislative election, 1924

The 1924 legislative election was held on 11 and 25 May 1924.

Results

Popular Vote

e • d Summary of the popular vote in the 11 and 25 May 1924 Chamber of Deputies election results
Alliance Votes % Party Abbr. Votes %
  Cartel des Gauches 3,426,581 38.07 French Section of the Workers' International (Section française de l'Internationale ouvrière) SFIO 1,814,000 20.10
Republican, Radical and Radical-Socialist Party (Parti républicain, radical et radical-socialiste) and Republican-Socialist Party (Parti républicain-socialiste) PRRRS 1,612,581 17.86
Republican Federation (Fédération républicaine) FR 3,190,831 35.35
Democratic, Republican, and Social Party (Parti républicain démocratique et social) and Independent Radicals (Radicaux indépendents)[1] PRDS 1,058,293 11.72
French Communist Party (Parti communiste français) PCF 885,993 9.82
Independents (Indépendents) Ind 375,806 4.16
Other parties Div 89,333 0.99
Total 100
Abstention: 19.55%

Parliamentary Groups

Affiliation Party Seats
Far-Left
  French Communist Party (PCF) 26
Left
  French Section of the Workers' International (SFIO) 104
  Republican-Socialist Party (PRS) and French Socialist Party (PSF) 44
Centre-Left
  Republican, Radical and Radical-Socialist Party (PRRRS) 139
  Radical Left 40
Centre-Right
  Democratic Republican Left 29
  Republicans of the Left 64
Right
  Democrats 14
  Democratic and Republican Union 102
Non-inscrits
29
Total 581

References and notes

  • Popular Vote on France-politique.fr
  • Parliamentary Groups on France-politique.fr


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