Saar parliamentary election, 1932

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Elections to the consultative Regional Council (Landesrat) were held in the territory of the Saar Basin on 13 February 1932.[1] The Centre Party remained the largest faction, winning 14 of the 30 seats.[1] Peter Scheuer was re-elected as President of the Landesrat.

Results[edit]

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Centre Party 156,615 43.19 14 0
Communists 84,112 23.19 8 +3
Social Democrats 35,968 9.92 3 –2
Nazi Party 24,455 6.74 2 New
German Saarland People's Party 24,152 6.66 2 –2
German Economy Party of the Middle Classes 11,591 3.20 1 0
Workers' and Farmers' Party of Germany 6,491 1.79 0 –1
German National People's Party 5,776 1.59 0 –1
Community Party (Opposition) 5,353 1.48 0 New
Otto Fried List 3,434 0.95 0 New
Social Democratic Worker's Party of Germany 2,584 0.71 0 New
German State Party 2,100 0.58 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 6,750
Total 369,381 100 30 0
Registered voters/turnout 477,635 57.55
Source: Gonschior

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b 13. März 1932, Wahl zum 4. Landesrat Gonschior.de (German)