Lower Austria

The political and social composition of the No. Landtag, the lower Austrian of the year 1921 State election held on April 24. The Christian Social Party (CSP) with 32 seats in the Parliament from the social democratic Arbeiterpartei(SDAP) with 22 seats and the greater German Volkspartei(GDVP) with 6 seats, won the vote. Thus, the Christian Social Party (CSP) the absolute majority of seats in the Landtag of lower Austria had won. This majority was in stark contrast to the Vienna State Parliament heavily dominated by the Social Democrats and Municipal Council. The candidate parties for the elections in 1921 in the Landtag election 1921 stood in lower Austria 6 election participants: Christian Social Party (CSP), social-democratic Arbeiterpartei(SDAP), Grossdeutschen Volkspartei(GDVP), Communist Partei(KP), Nazi Arbeiterpartei(NSDAP) and democratic Wirtschaftspartei(DWP). With 0,9%(KP), 0,3%(NSDAP) and 0,1%(DWP) were the other parties under the political Limit of perception.

The partisan composition of the Landtag in 1921 the Group of Christlich-Sozialen(CSP) in the 1st term of Office of the lower Austrian Parliament sat out of a total of 40 representatives together, where it came at 15 to a change during the legislative period until 1927. The group consisted of the social democratic Arbeiterpartei(SDAP) in the 1st legislative period of the lower Austrian Parliament a total of 27 representatives, where there had been 10 to change during the term of Office until 1927. The group comprised the greater German Volkspartei(GDVP) in the 1st legislative period of the lower Austrian Parliament a total of 8 representatives, where there had been 4 a change during the legislative period until 1927. Within the legislature, 2 bodies changed in addition to land then independently operating, federal, as the 2nd national Liberal Party grouping in the first Republic. Representatives from capable of agriculture and forestry from able of agriculture and forestry came in the 1. Term of Office of the lower Austrian Parliament 17 Landtag on the Christlich-Sozialen(CSP):15, the social democratic Arbeiterpartei(SDAP):0 and the large German Volkspartei(GDVP): 2.