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French legislative election, 1893

French legislative election, 1893

1889 ←
20 August and 3 September 1893
→ 1898

All 581 seats to the Chamber of Deputies

 
Majority party
Minority party
Third party

 

Leader
Jean Casimir-Perier
Georges Clemenceau
Léon de Baudry d’Asson

Party
ANR
Radical Republicans
Ralliement

Leader’s seat
Aube
Paris
Vendée

Seats won
317
138
93

Seat change
37
38
117

Popular vote
3,187,670
1,615,725
1,458,797

Percentage
45.30%
22.90%
20.70%

Swing
7.07%

15.84%

Composition of the Chamber of Deputies

Prime Minister before election
Charles Dupuy
Union of the Lefts

Elected Prime Minister
Jean Casimir-Perier
Union of the Lefts

The 1893 general election was held on 20 August and 3 September 1893.
The Republicans were victorious and gained an increased majority, and President Sadi Carnot invited Jean Casimir-Perier to form a government. However, there was increasing tension between the Radicals and the Moderates in the ruling coalition, which had manifested itself in the passage of a protectionist tariff law with right-wing support in January 1892.
After the election, following the bombing of the Chamber of Deputies by the anarchist Auguste Vaillant on 9 December 1893, Casimir-Perier rushed through the lois scélérates with the support of the Right.
Casimir-Perier was elected to the presidency on 24 June 1894, following the assassination of President Carnot by the Italian anarchist Sante Geronimo Caserio. In January 1895, however, he resigned, and was replaced by Félix Faure, again with the support of the Right.
Casimir-Perier’s government was followed by a series of moderate governments with right-wing support under Charles Dupuy, Alexandre Ribot and Jules Méline – with the short-lived exception of the government of Radical Léon Bourgeois (November 1895-April 1896).[1]

Contents

1 Results

1.1 Parliamentary Groups

2 References
3 Sources

Results[edit]
Parliamentary Groups[edit]

Affiliation
Party
Seats

Left

 
Socialists
33

Centre-Left

 
Radical-Socialist Party
16

 
Independent Radicals
122

 
Moderate Republicans
317

Right

 
Monarchists
58

 
Ralliés
35

Total
581

References[edit]

^ Gildea, R., Children of the Revolution, London, 2008, p. 270-272

Sources[edit]

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