Acting President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoev was elected President of the Republic, gaining 88,61% on last Sunday the election, reports TASS with reference to the CEC of the Republic.
About preliminary data published by the Central election Commission of Uzbekistan yesterday, the turnout was more than 87% of the total electorate. CEC of Uzbekistan also said the lack of election fraud.
The head of mission of the OSCE Office for democratic institutions and human rights (ODIHR) Peter Taylor reported that during the presidential elections in Uzbekistan were violations. He said that there were “signs of ballot box stuffing” and cases of family voting, when one family member votes for all.
Extraordinary presidential elections were held in Uzbekistan on Sunday, December 4, in connection with the death of the former President of the country Islam Karimov.
The President also fought the Chairman of the Central Council of the people’s democratic party of Uzbekistan (PDPU) Hatamian Meetings, the Deputy speaker of the lower house of Parliament Sarwar of Atamuradov from the party “Milly Tiklanish” (National revival), and Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Social democratic party “Adolat” (“Justice”) narimon Umarov.