Salmin Amour (born 1942) is a Tanzanian politician who served as President of Zanzibar from 25 October 1990 to 8 November 2000. He was elected in 1990 as the sole candidate and received 98 percent of the votes. In Tanzania's first multi-party elections in 1995, Amour was accused of rigging the Zanzibari presidential election by opposition leader Seif Shariff Hamad.
|5th President of Zanzibar|
25 October 1990 – 8 November 2000
|Preceded by||Idris Abdul Wakil|
|Succeeded by||Amani Abeid Karume|
|Born||1942 (age 77–78)|
|Alma mater||Leipzig University|
Parteihochschule Karl Marx
- Kalley, Jacqueline Audrey; Schoeman, Elna; Andor, Lydia Eve (1999). Southern African political history: a chronology of key political events from independence to mid-1997. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 631. ISBN 0-313-30247-2.
- Saleh, Ally (24 October 2000), "Zanzibar braces for trouble", BBC News, BBC, retrieved 15 June 2010
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