1910 Portuguese legislative election

Parliamentary elections were held in Portugal on 28 August 1910.[1] However, before the results were confirmed, a coup d'état overthrew the monarchy on 5 October.[2] In 1911 a Constituent Assembly was elected the following year.[1]

1910 Portuguese legislative election

← 1908 28 August 1910 1911 →

155 seats to the Chamber of Deputies
78 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  Teixeira de Sousa.jpg José Malhoa - Portrait of José Luciano de Castro - Google Art Project.jpg Afonso Costa - Março, 1921.png
Leader António Teixeira de Sousa José Luciano de Castro Afonso Costa
Party Liberal Bloc
(Regenerator)
Conservative Bloc
(Progressive)
Republicans
Leader since 1909 1885 1897
Last election 43 seats 87 seats 7 seats
Seats won 90 51 14
Seats after Increase 47 Decrease 36 Increase 7

Portugal Chamber of Deputies 1910.svg

Prime Minister before election

António Teixeira de Sousa
Regenerator

Prime Minister-elect

Teófilo Braga
(As head of the republican Provisional Government)
PRP

Coat of arms of the Kingdom of Portugal (Enciclopedie Diderot).svg
Kingdom of Portugal
Topics
Portuguese Monarchs
Portuguese Cortes
Portuguese Nobility
Portuguese Empire
Portuguese Discoveries
Demise of the Monarchy

ResultsEdit

Party Votes % Deputies +/-
Regenerator (Liberal) 332,000 55.33 30   6
Progressive Dissidence 16,000 2.67 8   1
Liberal Bloc (Total) 348,000 58.00 90   47
Progressive 23   35
Regenerator (Conservative) 20   6
Liberal Regenerator 5   2
Nationalist 8,000 13.33 3 New
Conservative Bloc (Total) 198,000 33.00 51   36
Portuguese Republican Party 54,000 9.00 14   7
Invalid Votes 0
Total 600,000 100 155   7
Electorate/Participation 695,471 86.27
Ref [3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Dieter Nohlen & Philip Stöver (2010) Elections in Europe: A data handbook, p1541 ISBN 978-3-8329-5609-7
  2. ^ Nohlen & Stöver, p1543
  3. ^ "Eleições de 1910". maltez.info. Retrieved 2016-09-17. Eleições de 1910