Red Lions (political Party)
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Red Lions Political Party
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politics and government of
Belgium

The Red Lions (Dutch: Rode Leeuwen) was a political party in Belgium.

History

The party first contested national elections in 1968,[1] but failed to secure a seat after winning less than 1% of the vote.[2] In the 1971 general elections it received 2% of the national vote and won four seats in the Chamber of Representatives.[3] In the Senate elections it allied with the Belgian Socialist Party, but failed to win a seat.[4]

For the 1974 general elections the party allied with the Socialist Party for the elections to both houses.[5] It lost its four seats in the Chamber, but gained two seats in the Senate. The party did not contest any further elections.[5][1]

References

  1. ^ a b Red Lion Belgian Elections
  2. ^ Results Belgian Elections
  3. ^ Results Belgian Elections
  4. ^ Results Belgian Elections
  5. ^ a b BSP Red Lions Belgian Elections

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