Greek legislative election, 1932


Greek legislative election, 1932

Legislative elections were held in the Second Hellenic Republic on 25 September, 1932. At stake were 250 seats in the Greek parliament, the Vouli.

election-table rowspan=2 colspan=2 valign=top|Summary of 25 September 1932 Greek Parliament ("Vouli ton Ellinon") election results!colspan="3" cellpadding="9" style="background-color:#E9E9E9"|Votes!colspan="2" style="background-color:#E9E9E9"|Seats
- style="background-color:#E9E9E9"!No.!% !align="center"|+− %!align="center"|No.!align="center"|+−
-
Liberal Party "Komma Fileleftheron"
Eleftherios Venizelos
align="right"|398,779
align="right"|34.04
align="center"
align="right"|98
align="center"
-
People's Party "Laikon Komma"
Panagis Tsaldaris
align="right"|395,974
align="right"|33.80
align="center"
align="right"|95
align="center"
-
Progressive Party "Proodeftikon Komma"
Georgios Kafantaris
align="right"|97,836
align="right"|8.35
align="center"
align="right"|15
align="center"
-
Agrarian Party "Agrotikon Komma"|
align="right"|72,311
align="right"|6.17
align="center"
align="right"|11
align="center"
-
Communist Party of Greece "Kommunistikon Komma Ellados"
Nikolaos Zachariadis
align="right"|58,223
align="right"|4.97
align="center"
align="right"|10
align="center"
-
Farmers’ and Workers’ Party "Agrotikon kai Ergatikon Komma"
Alexandros Papanastasiou
align="right"|69,057
align="right"|5.89
align="center"
align="right"|8
align="center"
-
National Radical Party "Ethnikon Rizospastikon Komma"
Georgios Kondylis
align="right"|44,798
align="right"|3.82
align="center"
align="right"|6
align="center"
-
Freethinkers' Party "Komma Eleftherofronon"
Ioannis Metaxas
align="right"|18,591
align="right"|1.59
align="center"
align="right"|3
align="center"
-
Conservative Democratic Party "Syntiritiko Demokratikon Komma"
Andreas Michalakopoulos
align="right"|7,145
align="right"|0.61
align="center"
align="right"|2
align="center"
-
Anti-Venizelist independents|
align="right"|1,221
align="right"|0.10
align="center"
align="right"|0
align="center"
-
Venizelist independents|
align="right"|305
align="right"|0.03
align="center"
align="right"|2
align="center"
-
Other parties|
align="right"|8,917
align="right"|0.76
align="center"
align="right"|0
align="center"
-
Independents|
align="right"|5,895
align="right"|0.50
align="center"
align="right"|0
align="center"
-
colspan="2"|No. of valid votes
align="right"|1,171,637
align="center"|100.00
align="center" bgcolor="white"|
align="right"|250
align="center" bgcolor="white"|
-
colspan="2"|Invalid votes
align="right"|4,346
colspan="4" rowspan="2" bgcolor="white"|
-
colspan="2"|Total
align="right"|1,175,983
-
colspan="2"|Turnout
align="right"|%
colspan="4" rowspan="2" bgcolor="white"|
-
colspan="2"|Electorate
align="right"
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colspan=8|Source: [http://www.elisanet.fi/daglarsson/dokumentit/greval1.htm Lar's Election website] ; [http://www.fhw.gr/chronos/14/en/1923_1940/domestic_policy/choros/02.html Foundation of the Hellenic World] 1932 election data; [http://www.venizelos-foundation.gr/endocs/bio28-32.jsp National Research Foundation "Eleftherios K. Venizelos"] 1932 election data


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