1849 French legislative election
All 705 seats of the National Assembly
353 seats were needed for a majority
Composition of the National Assembly
Parliamentary elections were held in France on 13 and 14 May 1849. Voters elected the first National Assembly of the Second Republic. The conservative Parti de l'Ordre won an overall majority of 450 seats. The Parti de l'Ordre was a bourgeois, traditionalist, and conservative party opposed to the Presidency of Louis Napoleon Bonaparte and the subsequent 1851 coup.
|Independents and others||495,000||7.5%||0|
|Source: Nohlen & Stöver, Kings and Presidents|
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