1918 Romanian general election

General elections were held in the Kingdom of Romania after the conclusion of the Treaty of Bucharest (1918) between 19 and 29 May 1918 (19, 21 and 29 May for the Chamber of Deputies and 23, 25 and 27 May for the Senate).[1]

The National Liberal Party (PNL) boycotted the elections. In agreement with the German Empire, elections were also held in then-occupied Romania (Wallachia and parts of the Western Moldavia), with the exception of the province of Dobruja (Caliacra, Durostor, Constanța and Tulcea counties), which was ceded to Bulgaria and the Central Powers according to the Treaty of Bucharest.

Romanian territories ceded to Austria-Hungary (purple), Bulgaria (blue), and the Central Powers (green) through the Treaty of Bucharest. Romanian territory under Central Powers' occupation depicted in grey