Chilean parliamentary election, 1965
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Parliamentary elections were held in Chile on 7 March 1965. The Christian Democratic Party won a majority of seats in the Chamber of Deputies, the first time a party had held a majority for several decades. The party also became the largest party in the Senate.
The term length for Senators was eight years, with around half of the Senators elected every four years. This election saw 21 of the 45 Senate seats up for election.
|Christian Democratic Party||12||13||+9|
|United Conservative Party||1||3||–2|
Chamber of Deputies
|Christian Democratic Party||995,187||43.6||82||+59|
|United Conservative Party||121,882||5.3||3||–14|
|National Democratic Party||74,585||3.3||3||–9|
|Agrarian and Labour Democracy||22,552||1.0||0||New|
|National Vanguard of the People||5,637||0.3||0||New|