Uruguayan parliamentary election, 1934

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Parliamentary elections were held in Uruguay on 19 April 1934, alongside a constitutional referendum.[1] For the first time, the Senate was directly elected by voters.[2] The result was a victory for the Batllista Colorado Party, which won a majority of seats in the Chamber of Deputies.


Chamber of Deputies

Party Faction Votes % Seats +/–
Colorado PartyBatllista Colorado Party110,33044.343–2
Gral Rivera Colorado Party23,3449.410+3
Party for the Colorado Tradition6,1582.52–3
National PartyNational Party91,60836.839–16
Saravist Party1,2950.50New
Civic Union6,8782.82–1
Socialist Party5,8492.320
Communist Party3,6341.51–1
Reformist Party290.00New
Invalid/blank votes
Registered voters/turnout422,865
Source: Nohlen


Party Votes % Seats
Colorado Party125,98157.015
National Party91,58541.415
Communist Party3,6371.60
Invalid/blank votes
Registered voters/turnout422,865
Source: Nohlen


  1. Nohlen, D (2005) Elections in the Americas: A data handbook, Volume II, p494 ISBN 978-0-19-928358-3
  2. Nohlen, p507
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