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A regular meeting of the Central Election Commission was held on September 14, 2021. The meeting was chaired by the Chairman of the Commission Z. Nizamkhodzhaev.

The agenda of the meeting included issues of registration of presidential candidates from the People’s Democratic Party of Uzbekistan, the Social Democratic Party of Uzbekistan “Adolat” and the Liberal Democratic Party of Uzbekistan, accreditation of observers from international organizations and media representatives.

It was noted that on September 9-10 of this year, these political parties submitted relevant documents and signature lists in support of the presidential candidate of the Republic of Uzbekistan to the Central Election Commission. According to article 39 of the Electoral Code, the correctness of the signature lists submitted by political parties is checked by a group of experts established on the basis of a resolution of the Central Election Commission.

It should be noted that the members of the Expert Group inspect each signature sheet, pay attention to the correctness of their compilation, the presence of corrections, blemishes, filling in by different persons, the presence of similar signatures, certified corrections, and more.

According to the conclusion of the Expert Group on verifying the correctness of the signature lists submitted by political parties, the submitted signature lists are collected in sufficient quantity for the registration of candidates and comply with the requirements of the law.

In this regard, taking into account the documents submitted by these parties, including subscription lists in support of the presidential candidate of the Republic of Uzbekistan, during the meeting Varisova Maksuda Azizovna from the People’s Democratic Party of Uzbekistan, Abdukhalimov Bahrom Abdurahimovich from the Social Democratic Party “Adolat”, Mirziyoyev Shavkat Miromonovich from the Liberal Democratic Party of Uzbekistan were registered as presidential candidates of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

In accordance with article 40 of the Electoral Code, the Central Election Commission, within five days after the registration of candidates, publishes a registration notice indicating the surname, first name, patronymic, year of birth, party affiliation, position (occupation), place of work and residence, as well as the political party that nominated the candidate.

The meeting also considered the issue of accreditation of observers from international organizations that will participate in the presidential elections of the Republic of Uzbekistan. 

It was noted that on the basis of Article 33 of the Electoral Code, as well as the Resolution of the Central Election Commission of September 19, 2019, on the approval of the regulations on observers from foreign states and international organizations participating in the elections of the Republic of Uzbekistan, foreign (international) observers have the right to participate in all events for the preparation and conduct of elections.

After the announcement of the start of the election campaign, the CEC, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, sends invitations to the electoral bodies of foreign states and international organizations. The Foreign States and international organizations may also apply to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, expressing their desire to participate in the elections as foreign (international) observers at least ten days before the elections. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs submits a petition to the CEC with the documents of observers from the relevant foreign states and international organizations attached. Within five days, after studying the documents of international observers, the CEC shall adopt a resolution on the accreditation of foreign (international) observers and issue them a mandate. The mandate is the basis for international observers to carry out their activities during the preparation and conduct of elections.

6 foreign observers from Japan, Georgia, the Russian Federation, Tatarstan, and Belarus were registered at the meeting in accordance with the CEC decision on accreditation of observers from international organizations for the presidential elections of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

At the meeting, the members of the Commission also considered the issue of accreditation of representatives of mass media and information and accredited 23 representatives from 5 local media, whose documents were received by the Central Election Commission. Currently, a total of 930 representatives of local and foreign mass media are accredited.

At the end of the meeting, the relevant resolutions of the Central Election Commission on the issues included in the agenda were adopted.

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