Presidential elections were held in Algeria on 16 November 1995, in the midst of the Algerian Civil War. The result was a victory for Liamine Zeroual, head of the High Council of State at the time, who won 61% of the vote. The Armed Islamic Group of Algeria threatened to kill anyone who voted, with the slogan "one vote, one bullet", but (official) voter turnout was 74.9%.
1995 Algerian presidential election
|Mahfoud Nahnah||Movement of Society for Peace||2,971,974||25.58|
|Saïd Sadi||Rally for Culture and Democracy||1,115,796||9.60|
|Noureddine Boukrouh||Party of Algerian Renewal||443,144||3.81|
|Source: Nohlen et al.|