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1920 Lithuanian parliamentary election

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Elections for the Constituent Assembly were held in Lithuania between 14 and 16 April 1920.[1] The Lithuanian Christian Democratic Party emerged as the largest party, winning 24 of the 112 seats.[2]

Results

Party Votes % Seats
Lithuanian Christian Democratic Party 239,900 35.2 24
Peasant Union 116,298 17.0 19
Social Democratic Party of Lithuania 87,051 12.8 13
Labour Federation 69,907 10.2 15
Democratic Jewish Union 44,709 6.6 6
Lithuanian Popular Socialist Democratic Party 39,264 5.8 9
Central Polish Electoral Committee 29,156 4.3 3
Economic and Political Union of Lithuanian Farmers 7,651 1.1 0
Farmers' Association 7,535 1.1 20
Socialist Company of Workers and Farmers 7,498 1.1 0
Lithuanian German Committee 7,194 1.1 1
Party of National Progress 4,288 0.6 0
Polish List 3,665 0.6 0
Party of Workers, Public Servants and the Landless 3,513 0.5 0
Group of the Landless and those owning very little land 3,124 0.5 0
Democratic National Freedom League 2,591 0.4 0
Union of Working People 2,535 0.4 0
Group of Landless in Biržai 817 0.1 0
Kybartai German Group 41 0.0 0
Independent groups 5,544 0.8 2
Invalid/blank votes
Total 682,291 100 112
Registered voters/turnout
Source: Nohlen & Stöver

References

  1. ^ Dieter Nohlen & Philip Stöver (2010) Elections in Europe: A data handbook, p1201 ISBN 978-3-8329-5609-7
  2. ^ Nohlen & Stöver, p1218