1933 Romanian general election

General elections were held in Romania in December 1933, the third in three years.[1] The Chamber of Deputies was elected on 20 December, whilst the Senate was elected in three stages on 22, 28 and 29 December.[1]

1933 Romanian general election

 1932 20–29 December 1933 1937 

All 387 seats in the Chamber of Deputies
All 108 seats in the Senate
Turnout68.0%
  First party Second party Third party
 
Leader Ion Duca Alexandru Vaida-Voevod Nicolae Lupu
Party PNL PNȚ PȚ–Lupu
Leader since 1930 1933 1927
Last election 1 S / 28 D 104 S / 265 D 1 S / 12 D
Seats won 105 S / 300 D 0 S / 29 D 0 S / 11 D
Seat change 104 S / 272 D 104 S / 236 D 1 S / 1 D
Popular vote 1,518,864 D 414,685 D 152,167 D
Percentage 52.0% D 14.2% D 5.2% D

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
 
Leader Gheorghe Brătianu Alexandru Cuza Octavian Goga
Party PNL–Brătianu LANC PNA
Leader since 1930 1923 1932
Last election 0 S / 14 D 2 S / 11 D 2 S / 11 D
Seats won 0 S / 10 D 0 S / 9 D 0 S / 9 D
Seat change 0 S / 4 D 2 S / 2 D 0 S / 1 D
Popular vote 147,665 D 133,205 D 121,748 D
Percentage 5.1% D 4.6% D 4.2% D

Prime Minister before election

Ion Duca
PNL

Elected Prime Minister

Ion Duca
PNL

The result was a victory for the governing National Liberal Party, which won 300 of the 387 seats in the Chamber of Deputies and 105 of the 108 seats in the Senate elected through universal male suffrage.[2]