Uzbek parliamentary election, 1994–1995
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Parliamentary elections were held in Uzbekistan on 25 December 1994, with a second round held in 39 constituencies on 8 January 1995 and seven constituencies on 22 January. The election was contested by 634 candidates, 250 nominated by local councils, 243 members of the People's Democratic Party of Uzbekistan, and 141 Progress Party of the Fatherland members. The majority of seats were won by local council nominees (around 120 of which were PDP members), whilst the People's Democratic Party emerged as the largest party.
Voter turnout was 93.6%.
|Local council nominees||167|
|People's Democratic Party of Uzbekistan||69|
|Progress Party of the Fatherland||14|
|Source: Nohlen et al.|