1924 Saar parliamentary election
Elections to the consultative Regional Council (Landesrat) were held in the territory of the Saar Basin on 27 January 1924. The Centre Party remained the largest faction, winning 14 of the 30 seats, but lost its majority. At its first meeting on 6 March, all parties except the Communists affirmed their continued loyalty to Germany. Peter Scheuer of the Centre Party was elected President of the Landesrat on 24 March.
The election was held using the open list system, with each voter able to cast up to 30 votes.
|Social Democratic Party||1,398,949||18.43||6||+1|
|German-Saarland People's Party||1,127,258||14.85||4||–1|
|Association of Homeowners and Agriculture – German Economic Association||311,722||4.11||1||–1|
|Saarland Workers' Group||207,129||2.73||0||New|
|German National Party||91,631||1.21||0||New|
- 27. Januar 1924: Wahl zum 2. Landesrat Gonschior.de (in German)
- "News in Brief" The Times, 30 January 1924
- "News in Brief", The Times, 7 March 1924