French by-elections, July 1871

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The election of 2 July 1871 was actually a by-election in numerous constituencies to elect seats left vacant since the general election in February 1871. 114 seats were filled that day.

184 other by-elections were held between this election and the 1876 election.


Parliamentary Groups

Affiliation Party Seats
  Radical Republicans 35
  Moderate Republicans 38
  Ralliés [1] 26
  Orléanists 9
  Bonapartists 3
  Legitimists 3
Total 114
  1. ^ Catholic supporters of the Republic


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