1918 Luxembourg Constitutional Assembly election

Constitutional Assembly elections were held in Luxembourg on 28 July and 4 August 1918.[1] The Party of the Right emerged as the largest party, winning 23 of the 53 seats.[2] The Assembly was tasked with revising the constitution to democratise the country's political structure.[1] The amendments were promulgated on 15 May 1919, introducing proportional representation and the option of holding referendums.[1]

1918 Luxembourg Constitutional Assembly election

 1915 28 July 1918 (first round)
4 August 1918 (second round)
1919 

53 seats in the Constitutional Assembly
27 seats needed for a majority
Party Leader % Seats ±
Party of the Right Émile Reuter 21.20 23 -2
Liberal League 32.36 10 New
Socialist Party 26.86 12 New
IPP 11.22 5 New
PNI Pierre Prüm 1.51 2 New
Independent 6.84 1 +1
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.