CEC of Uzbekistan told how they managed to reduce the list of voters

ЦИК Узбекистана рассказал, как удалось сократить список избирателей

CEC of Uzbekistan in preparation for the presidential elections was reduced by one million the number of voters, in particular, by removing from the lists long ago left the country, prisoners and minors, said Sunday at a briefing the Chairman of the Central election Commission in the World-Ulugbek Abdusalomov.

Sunday in Uzbekistan held presidential elections. According to some data, they have the right to vote of 20.4 million voters. The voting started at 06.00 (04.00 GMT) and will run until 20.00 (18.00 GMT). The elections were declared valid, the turnout exceeded the required 33%. According to the CEC, as of 13.00 (11.00 GMT) voted 11,418 million voters, that is 55,8% of the total.

“Members of precinct election Commission made podvorovoy the bypass, as a result, the list of voters, which we had pre — 21.4 million people, was reduced by one million (people),” said Abdusalomov.

According to him, the list of cuts hit the person without citizenship, a change of nationality of minors in places of detention, as well as citizens of Uzbekistan for a long period of time residing abroad.

All four are registered in Uzbekistan parties nominated candidates for the presidency. According to analysts, the main contender is the acting head of state, Prime Minister Shavkat Mirziyoev, nominated by the liberal democratic party of Uzbekistan (UzLiDeP). He was in favour of accession of the country to the military-political blocs and the development of relations with CIS countries, primarily with Russia.

Two more candidates — the Vice-speaker of the lower house of Parliament Sarwar of Atamuradov nominated by the National democratic party “Milly Tiklanish” (National revival) and the leader of the social democratic party “Adolat” (“Justice”) narimon Umarov encouraged to maintain and develop Alliance and strategic relations with Russia. The leader of the people’s democratic party of Uzbekistan Hataman Meetings mainly focused on the implementation of employment programmes and tariff policy in housing and communal services.

The elections followed more than 500 international observers from 44 countries, including from international organizations — the CIS, OSCE, SCO, the organization of Islamic cooperation and the world organization of electoral bodies.

ЦИК Узбекистана рассказал, как удалось сократить список избирателей
A woman at a polling station in the election day of the President of Uzbekistan

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