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Italian general election, 1934

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Italian general election, 1934

Italian general election, 1934

25 March 1934

All 535 seats to the Chamber of Deputies of the Kingdom of Italy
  Majority party


Leader Benito Mussolini
Party Fascist Party
Seats won 535
(Sole legal party)
Seat change +/-0
Popular vote 10,045,477
Percentage 99,84%
Swing Increase1,54%

Composition of the Parliament

Head of Government before election

Benito Mussolini
Fascist Party

Subsequent Head of Government

Benito Mussolini
Fascist Party

General elections were held in [1] The overwhelming majority provoked Benito Mussolini to dub the election the "second referendum of Fascism."

A ballot card, with the front page and the yes mark. The voters simply folded the card, disguising either the tricolor yes side or the blank no side to cast his vote for the other option.


Choice Votes %
National Fascist Party 10,045,477 99.84
Against 15,201 0.16
Invalid/blank votes 1,300
Total 10,061,978 100
Registered voters/turnout 10,526,504 95.59
Source: Direct Democracy
Popular vote
Fascist Party


  1. ^ Italy, 24 May 1929: Fascist single list Direct Democracy (German)
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