Hungarian parliamentary election, 1935
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Parliamentary elections were held in Hungary between 31 March and 7 April 1935. The result was a victory for the Party of National Unity, which won 164 of the 245 seats in Parliament. Gyula Gömbös remained Prime Minister.
The electoral system remained the same as in 1931. There were 199 openly-elected single-member constituencies and 11 secretly-elected multi-member constituencies electing a total of 46 seats.
|Party of National Unity||718,911||49.3||150||160,563||31.2||14||879,474||44.6||164||+15|
|Independent Smallholders Party||379,696||26.0||21||7,655||1.5||1||387,351||19.6||22||+12|
|Christian Economic and Social Party||91,827||8.3||7||83,338||16.2||7||175,165||8.9||14||–18|
|Hungarian Social Democratic Party||–||–||–||132,052||25.6||11||132,052||6.7||11||–3|
|Hungarian National Socialist Party||57,544||3.9||1||17,774||3.5||1||75,318||3.8||2||New|
|Liberal and Democratic Opposition (ESZDP–NDP)||–||–||–||72,407||14.1||7||72,407||3.7||7||+1|
|Unofficial Party of National Unity candidates||53,018||3.6||6||3,231||0.6||0||56,249||2.8||6||–2|
|National Legitimist Party||36,502||2.5||1||3,523||0.7||0||40,025||2.8||1||New|
|National Radical Party[c]||9,309||0.6||0||7,722||1.5||0||17,031||0.9||0||–1|
|Hungarian Agricultural Labourers and Workers Party||11,004||0.8||1||–||–||–||11,004||0.6||1||+1|
|Christian National Front||–||–||–||8,526||1.7||1||8,526||0.4||1||New|
|Party of National Will||7,431||0.5||1||–||–||–||7,431||0.4||1||New|
|National Independence Kossuth Party[c]||5,648||0.4||0||–||–||1||5,648||0.3||1||+1|
|National Agrarian Opposition||–||–||–||5,320||1.0||1||5,320||0.3||1||0|
|Free Civic Party||–||–||–||2,527||0.5||0||2,527||0.1||0||New|
|Unified National Party of Workers and Lower Middle Class||–||–||–||915||0.2||0||915||0.1||0||New|
|Hungarian Truth Party||546||0.0||0||–||–||–||546||0.0||0||New|
|Source: Nohlen & Stöver|
a The number of votes refers to only 146 of the 199 single-member constituencies, as 53 seats were uncontested.
b The number of votes refers to ten of the eleven MMCs.
c The National Radical Party and the National Independence Kossuth Party ran a joint list in one multi-member constituency. It won a single seat, taken by the National Independence Kossuth Party.
d The total number of registered voters was 3,005,742; the figure in the table refers to the number of registered voters in the contested seats for which figures are available.
- Nohlen, D & Stöver, P (2010) Elections in Europe: A data handbook, p899 ISBN 978-3-8329-5609-7
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