Elections to the General Council were held in French Dahomey in January 1947. The result was a victory for the Dahomeyan Progressive Union, which won 20 of the 30 seats.
Dahomeyan General Council election, 1947 Wikipedia
The General Council (Conseil Generale) was established as part of the constitutional reforms that created the French Fourth Republic. It had 30 seats, with 12 members elected by the first electoral college and 18 by the second electoral college.
Elected members included:Cyrille Aguessy
Justin Ahomadégbé-Tomêtin (African People's Bloc)
Albert Akindès (Dahomeyan Progressive Union)
Sourou-Migan Apithy (Dahomeyan Progressive Union)
Hubert Maga (Dahomeyan Progressive Union)
Émile Poisson (African People's Bloc)