Piedmontese regional election, 1995
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The Piedmontese regional election of 1995 took place on 23 April 1995.
For the first time the President of the Region was directly elected by the people, although the election was not yet binding and the President-elect could have been replaced during the term.
Forza Italia, founded the year before by Silvio Berlusconi, formed a joint list with the United Christian Democrats and became the largest party in the region with 26.7% of the vote, while the Democrats of the Left came second with 21.7%.
|Candidates||votes||votes (%)|| seats
|Forza Italia–People's Pole||588,171||26.71||→||14|
|Christian Democratic Centre||65,099||2.96||→||1|
|Democratic Party of the Left||478,615||21.73||→||11|
|Italian People's Party||136,664||6.21||→||3|
|Pact of Democrats||76,592||3.48||→||2|
|Federation of the Greens||59,238||2.69||→||1|
|Populars and Democrats||8,507||0.39||→||-|
|Lega Nord Piemont||217,194||9.86||→||5|
|Communist Refoundation Party||203,842||9.26||→||4|
|Piedmont Nation of Europe||16,356||0.74||→||-|