1924 Saar parliamentary election

Elections to the consultative Regional Council (Landesrat) were held in the territory of the Saar Basin on 27 January 1924.[1] The Centre Party remained the largest faction, winning 14 of the 30 seats,[2] but lost its majority. At its first meeting on 6 March, all parties except the Communists affirmed their continued loyalty to Germany.[3] Peter Scheuer of the Centre Party was elected President of the Landesrat on 24 March.[1]