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French legislative election, 1928

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French legislative election, 1928

Legislative elections in France to elect the 14th legislature of the French Third Republic were held on 22 and 29 April 1928.


Popular Vote[1]

Party Votes % Vote
  Democratic Republican Alliance and Independent Radicals 2,196,243 23.19%
  Republican Federation 2,082,041 21.99%
  French Section of the Workers International 1,708,972 18.05%
  Republican, Radical and Radical-Socialist Party 1,682,543 17.77%
  French Communist Party 1,066,099 11.26%
  Republican-Socialist Party 432,045 04.56%
  Independents 136,966 1.45%
  Conservatives 78,203 0.83%
  Independent Socialists 58,279 0.62%
  Miscellaneous Left 24,122 0.25%
  Others 4,348 0.05%

Parliamentary Groups[2]

Affiliation Party Seats
  French Communist Party (PCF) 11
  French Section of the Workers' International (SFIO) 100
  Republican-Socialist Party (PRS) 18
  French Socialist Party (PSF) 12
  Republican, Radical and Radical-Socialist Party (PRRRS) 125
  Independents of the Left 15
  Social and Unionist Left 18
  Radical Left 54
  Democratic and Social Action 29
  Republicans of the Left 64
  Popular Democrats 19
  Democratic and Republican Union 102
Total 604


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