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1919 Georgian parliamentary election
Constituent Assembly elections were held in the Democratic Republic of Georgia between 14 and 16 February 1919. The electoral system used was party-list proportional representation using the D'Hondt method in a single nationwide district. The result was a victory for the Social Democratic Labour Party of Georgia, which won 81% of the vote, and 109 of the 130 seats. In by-elections held in spring, they lost four seats and the Armenian Party in Georgia–Dashnaktsitiuni and the Georgian National Party both won seats.
Following the election, the Constituent Assembly approved and ratified the Act of Independence on 12 March.
|Social Democratic Labour Party of Georgia||409,766||80.96||109|
|Georgian Socialist-Federalist Revolutionary Party||33,721||6.66||8|
|National Democratic Party||30,754||6.08||8|
|Socialist-Revolutionary Party of Georgia||21,453||4.24||5|
|Radical-Democratic Party of Georgia||3,107||0.61||0|
|Armenian Party in Georgia–Dashnaktsitiuni||2,353||0.46||0|
|Left Socialist-Federalist Party||1,616||0.32||0|
|Georgian National Party||1,532||0.30||0|
|Union of Non-Party Independents||795||0.16||0|
|Russian Social Democratic Labour Party||779||0.15||0|
|Group of Muslims from Borchalo District||77||0.02||0|
|National Council of Muslims||60||0.01||0|
|Party of Noble Aestheticians||53||0.01||0|
|Party of Rustaveli Group||51||0.01||0|
|Democratic Group of Georgian Hellenes||14||0.00||0|
|Source: Nohlen et al.|
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