In Uzbekistan did not register any violations during the elections of the President

В Узбекистане не зафиксировали нарушений в ходе выборов президента

Violations at polling stations during the elections of the President of Uzbekistan at the present time is not fixed, said at a briefing on Sunday, the Chairman of the CEC Mirza-Ulugbek Abdusalomov.

According to the CEC, as of 13.00 (11.00 GMT) voted 11,418 million voters, that is 55,8% of the total.

“At the moment there were no reports about any violations during the voting at the elections of the President of Uzbekistan,” said Abdusalomov. According to him, the voting data show that elections are held actively.

At the election of the President have the right to vote of 20.4 million voters. Voting began at 6.00 am (4.00 GMT) and will run until 20.00 (18.00 GMT). The elections were declared valid, when 11.00 (09.00 GMT), the turnout exceeded 33% to 33,37% (1,51 million voters).

The second of September at the age of 78 from a stroke died first, the President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov, the acting head of the Republic was appointed Shavkat Mirziyoev. 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.

The elections involved three candidates: Hataman Meetings (people’s democratic party of Uzbekistan, PDPU), Sarwar of Atamuradov, (National democratic party “Milly Tiklanish”, the “National revival”), and narimon Umarov (the social democratic party “Adolat”, “Justice”). They are also encouraged to maintain and develop Alliance and strategic relations with Russia and reluctant to join the Republic of new organizations, in particular, in the Eurasian economic Union (EEU).

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.