Armenian parliamentary election, 1995
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Parliamentary elections were held in Armenia on 5 July 1995, with a second round on 29 July. There were 150 constituency seats and 40 elected on a national basis using proportional representation. The result was a victory for the Republican Bloc (an alliance of the Pan-Armenian National Movement, Democratic Liberal Party, Christian Democratic Union and the Republican Party), which won 88 of the 190 seats. Overall voter turnout was 54.3%.
|Armenian Communist Party||4||93,353||12.4||6||10||-126|
|National Democratic Union||2||57,996||7.7||3||5||New|
|Union for National Self-Determination||0||42,987||5.7||3||3||New|
|Armenian Democratic Liberal Party||1||19,437||2.6||0||1||New|
|Will and Dashnaksutiun||0||15,424||2.1||0||0||New|
|Armenian Agraian Democratic Party||0||13,784||1.8||0||0||New|
|Armenian Scientific-Industrial Civil Union||0||9,940||1.3||0||0||New|
|Armenian Revolutionary Federation||1||-||-||-||1||New|
|None of the above||-||-||-||-|
|Source: Nohlen et al.|
- The Republican Bloc parties ran separately in the constituency elections, with Pan-Armenian National Movement winning 62 seats, the Democratic Liberal Party winning 4, the Christian Democratic Union winning one and the Republican Party also winning one.