In Shanghai on the results of the elections of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan

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May 4, 2015

In Shanghai on the results of the elections of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan


Shanghai_on_resultsAt the Center for Research and educational exchanges with the Shanghai University of Uzbekistan held a “round table” on the outcome of the election the President of Uzbekistan, with the participation of experts of the university.

The participants were briefed on the outcome of the presidential elections were held. In particular, it was noted that the election of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan took place in accordance with the Constitution, the electoral law, while ensuring the rights of citizens to freedom of expression and respect for the principles of universal, equal and direct suffrage by secret ballot.

It was reported that in the vote out of 20 million 798 thousand 52 people on the list of voters 18 million 942 thousand 349 citizens took part in elections. This represents 91,08% of the total electorate. It was emphasized that the election was won by a landslide Islam Karimov nominated by the Movement of Entrepreneurs and Businessmen – Liberal Democratic Party of Uzbekistan. He was voted 17 million 122 thousand 597 citizens or 90,39% of voters.

Expressing gratitude for the information, the director of the Research Institute of Public Diplomacy in the SCO Shanghai University Li Wei noted that in the implementation of major reforms Uzbekistan has made great strides in democratization and liberalization of the political, economic and humanitarian spheres.

– Among the main achievements of the republic in the first place, include strengthening the country’s peace, stability and civil harmony, sustainable economic growth, constant improvement of well-being, the level and quality of life, – he said. – It is essential that both are held successive reforms to the formation and development of civil society in Uzbekistan. The most important factor and a source of positive changes have become fundamental changes in the minds and thinking of the people, their beliefs, the growth of a sense of belonging to what is happening around, civic duty and personal responsibility for tomorrow, the fate of their country.