1925 Luxembourg general election


General elections were held in Luxembourg on 1 March 1925.[1] The Party of the Right won 22 of the 47 seats in the Chamber of Deputies.[2]

1925 Luxembourg general election

 1922 1 March 1925 1928 

47 seats in the Chamber of Deputies
24 seats needed for a majority
Party Leader % Seats ±
Party of the Right Émile Reuter 40.27 22 -4
LA 19.00 8 +2
Union of the Left Gaston Diderich 10.03 5 New
PNI Pierre Prüm 6.07 3 -1
Radical Left 6.15 3 New
UNI Hubert Loutsch 7.55 2 New
Independent Left Othon Decker 2.98 2 +1
Left Liberals 2.96 1 New
OR Eugène Hoffmann 2.09 1 New
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
Prime Minister before Prime Minister after
Émile Reuter
Party of the Right
Pierre Prüm
PNI

Results


PartyVotes%Seats+/–
Party of the Right536,69140.2722–4
Luxembourg Workers' Party253,25619.008+2
Union of the Left133,74710.035New
National Independent Union100,5687.552New
Radical Left82,0176.153New
Independent National Party80,8956.073–1
Independent Left39,7002.982+1
Left Liberals39,5002.961New
Independent Party of the Right27,8062.091New
Independent Party of the Peasants23,2631.750New
Party of the Workers and Peasants15,4431.160New
Total1,332,886100.0047–1
Valid votes109,21695.43
Invalid/blank votes5,2334.57
Total votes114,449100.00
Source: Nohlen & Stöver, Luxemburger Wort

By constituency

Constituency Seats Electorate Turnout Party Votes Seats
won
Centre 13 35,747 Party of the Right 153,969 5
Union of the Left 133,747 5
Workers' Party 53,437 1
National Independent Union 45,560 1
Left Liberals 39,500 1
Est 7 18,270 Party of the Right 69,322 5
Independent Left 39,700 2
National Independent Union 10,625 0
Nord 11 28,008 Party of the Right 154,347 6
Independent National Party 80,895 3
Independent Party of the Right 27,806 1
Workers' Party 27,498 1
Sud 16 33,997 32,424 Workers' Party 172,321 6
Party of the Right 159,053 6
Radical Left 82,017 3
National Independent Union 44,383 1
Independent Party of the Peasants 23,263 0
Party of the Workers and Peasants 15,443 0
Source: Luxemburger Wort, 4 March 1925

References


  1. Dieter Nohlen & Philip Stöver (2010) Elections in Europe: A data handbook, p1244 ISBN 978-3-8329-5609-7
  2. Nohlen & Stöver, p1260