Philippine House of Representatives elections, 1925

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Philippine House of Representatives elections, 1925
Philippines
← 1922 June 2, 1925 1928 →

All 92 seats in the House of Representatives of the Philippines
47 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
  Manuel Roxas.jpg Claro M Recto.jpg
Leader Manuel Roxas Claro Recto
Party Nacionalista Consolidado Democrata
Leader's seat Capiz–1st Batangas–3rd
Seats before 64A 26
Seats won 64 22
Seat change Steady Decrease 4

Speaker before election

Manuel Roxas
Nacionalista
Colectivista

Elected Speaker

Manuel Roxas
Nacionalista
Consolidado

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The Elections for the Members of the House of Representatives were held on June 2, 1925 pursuant to the Philippine Organic Act of 1902 which prescribed elections for every three years. The ruling Nacionalista Party, which was split into Colectivista and Unipersonalista factions in 1922, were reconciled and were named as the Nacionalista Consolidado Party. The party continued their hold of the House of Representatives retaining their number of seats from the previous election, and the majority.

Results[edit]

64 22 6
Nacionalista Consolidado Democrata IND
e • d Summary of the June 2, 1925 Philippine House of Representatives election results
Party Seats won
Total  % +/−
Nacionalista Consolidado 64 69.57% Steady
Democrata 22 23.91% Decrease 4
Independent 6 6.52% Increase 3
Total 92 100% Decrease 1
Source: Dieter Nohlen, Florian Grotz, Christof Hartmann, Graham Hassall &
Soliman M. Santos. Elections in Asia and the Pacific:
A Data Handbook: Volume II: South East Asia, East Asia, and the South Pacific
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Note[edit]

A. ^ The combined number of seats of the Nacionalista Consolidado after the two factions merged back together.

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