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Lithuanian parliamentary election, 1922

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Parliamentary elections were held in Lithuania on 10 and 11 October 1922.[1] The Lithuanian Christian Democratic Party remained the largest party, winning 15 of the 78 seats in the first Seimas.[2]

Results

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Lithuanian Christian Democratic Party 138,912 17.1 15 –9
Peasant Union 136,713 16.8 14 –5
Labour Federation 101,024 12.4 11 –4
Farmers' Association 97,977 12.1 12 –6
Social Democratic Party of Lithuania 84,643 10.4 11 –2
Workers Group 40,236 5.0 5 New
Zionist Group 34,697 4.3 0 New
Central Polish Electoral Committee 32,849 4.0 2 –1
Achdus 16,841 2.1 3 New
Party of National Progress 14,131 1.7 0 0
Group of Workers and Poor Peasants 11,733 1.4 0 New
Party of Russians and Belarusians 11,289 1.4 0 New
Company of Polish Workers and Peasants 10,995 1.4 0 New
Economic and Political Union of Lithuanian Farmers 9,425 1.2 0 0
Party of the Landless and those who have very little land 8,541 1.1 0 New
Lithuanian Popular Socialist Democratic Party 8,506 1.0 5 –4
Lithuanian German Committee 7,975 1.0 0 –1
Union of Evangelical Lutherans 7,138 0.9 0 New
Land and Freedom 5,316 0.7 0 New
Union of Working People 4,201 0.5 0 0
Polish Electors 4,105 0.5 0 New
Committee of Jewish People 3,919 0.5 0 New
Party of Latvians and Germans 2,113 0.3 0 New
Workers Labour Union of Marijampole and Alytus 1,468 0.2 0 New
Association of Kaunas House Owners 1,372 0.2 0 New
Dalgis 1,168 0.1 0 New
Union of Latvians in Lithuania 1,130 0.1 0 New
Workers Party 1,044 0.1 0 New
Party of Agriculturalists and Farmers 923 0.1 0 New
Party of Landless of Panevezys 647 0.1 0 New
Socialist Day Labourer Group 247 0.0 0 New
Polish Group of Prienai 112 0.0 0 New
Independent groups 10,597 1.3 0 –2
Invalid/blank votes
Total 811,987 100 78 –34
Registered voters/turnout
Source: Nohlen & Stöver

References

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