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Belgian general election, 1932

Constitution

General elections were held in Belgium on 27 November 1932.[1] The result was a victory for the Catholic Party, which won 79 of the 187 seats in the Chamber of Representatives.[2] Voter turnout was 94.3%.[3]

Results

Chamber of Deputies

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Catholic Party 899,887 38.5 79 +8
Belgian Labour Party 866,817 37.1 73 +3
Liberal Party 333,567 14.3 24 –4
Frontpartij 130,755 5.6 8 –3
Communist Party of Belgium 65,694 2.8 3 +2
Other parties 38,471 1.6 0 –6
Invalid/blank votes 74,361
Total 2,409,553 100 187 0
Source: Nohlen & Stöver

Senate

Party Votes % Seats
Catholic Party 893,290 44.0 42
Belgian Labour Party 860,053 42.3 39
Liberal Party 339,127 16.7 11
Frontpartij 119,740 5.9 1
Communist Party of Belgium 54,902 2.7 0
Other parties 20,256 1.0 0
Invalid/blank votes 119,971
Total 2,409,533 100 93
Source (total/invalid): Nohlen & Stöver

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