Saar parliamentary election, 1924

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Elections to the consultative Regional Council (Landesrat) were held in the territory of the Saar Basin on 10 January 1924.[1] The Centre Party emerged as the largest faction in the Landesrat, winning 14 of the 31 seats.[2] At its first meeting on 6 March, all parties except the Communists affirmed their continued loyalty to Germany.[3]

Results[edit]

Party Seats +/–
Centre Party 14
Social Democrats 6 +2
Communists 5 +3
Liberal and Democratic Party 4
Householders 1
German National People's Party 1
Saar Party 0
Total 31
Source: The Times

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Saar Landesrat elections" The Times, 8 January 1924
  2. ^ "News in Brief" The Times, 30 January 1924
  3. ^ "News in Brief", The Times, 7 March 1924