Parliamentary elections were held in Greece on 9 June 1935. The People's Party-National Radical Party alliance, which won 287 of the 300 seats in Parliament.
1935 Greek legislative election
All 300 seats of the Greek Parliament
151 seats were needed for a majority
||129 seats, 42.16%
||6 seats, 2.26%
The elections were held in a climate of tension between the liberal Republicans, represented by the Venizelist parties, and the pro-royalist People's Party, following the failed Venizelist coup attempt in March. In protest at the execution of two prominent Venizelist generals, the continued function of special courts, and at the new electoral law, which they had not approved, all venizelist parties decided not to participate. Without opponents, the right-wing parties had no problem in dominating the Parliament, whose role would be to adopt a new Constitution and decide about the restoration of monarchy in the person of the exiled King George II.