The Central Election Commission of Uzbekistan announced that early voting for the upcoming presidential election will take place from June 28 to July 5. Voters unable to be present on election day are eligible to participate in early voting.
Shavkat Mirziyoyev, as the presidential candidate of UzLiDeP, met with voters in Urgench, the capital of the Khorezm region. He cited the region’s progress in various areas during his tenure, such as the growth of economy, people’s income, improvements in water supply, education, and health.
Shavkat Mirziyoyev, as the presidential candidate of the UzLiDeP, announced the introduction of school buses for children in remote villages in Karakalpakstan. He also said more kindergartens and schools would be created and there would be no overcrowded classes in the schools.
Shavkat Mirziyoyev started his presidential campaign in Nukus, where he held his first meeting with voters. He pledged to serve his homeland and his nation and said that he considered himself a son of both Uzbekistan and Karakalpakstan, and that he always tried to live up to that.
The Central Election Commission (CEC) approved the ballot form and text for the July 9 presidential election in Uzbekistan. Video broadcasting will be available from up to two polling stations in each district and city of the country.
The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) opened its election observation mission for the early presidential election in Uzbekistan. The mission will assess the conduct of the election for its compliance with international and national standards for democratic elections.
The Milliy Tiklanish party announced its support for Shavkat Mirziyoyev, the incumbent President, for the early presidential elections. The party leader Alisher Kadirov said that this decision was in the best interest of the state, the people and the party.
UzLiDeP endorsed Shavkat Mirziyoyev as a presidential candidate in the upcoming early presidential elections. In his programme, he spoke of “megaprojects” in industry, the creation of the National Social Protection Agency, an increase in car production to 1 million, and more.
Abdushukur Khamzaev was confirmed as the presidential candidate of the Ecological Party for the upcoming elections. In his programme, he proposed to ban single-use plastic and polyethylene containers, electronic cigarette imports, and petrol car sales and imports from 2030 and more.
The Adolat party endorsed Robakhon Makhmudova as Uzbekistan’s presidential candidate and approved her programme. Her election programme includes the development of the Social State 2030 programme, agricultural risk insurance, improvement of road infrastructure and others.
The People’s Democratic Party of Uzbekistan approved Ulugbek Inoyatov as its presidential candidate for the early elections. The party’s congress also endorsed his programme, which includes a tax on luxury property, introduction of jury trials and other measures.
All five political parties in Uzbekistan received permission from the Central Election Commission to participate in the early presidential elections scheduled on July 9.
The Democratic Party of Uzbekistan Milliy Tiklanish (National Revival) announced that it would not run its own candidate in the upcoming presidential election and instead support the incumbent head of the state Shavkat Mirziyoyev, who was nominated by the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (UzLiDep).
The Liberal Democratic Party of Uzbekistan (UzLiDEP) nominates Shavkat Mirziyoyev, the incumbent head of state, as a presidential candidate.
The Adolat Social Democratic Party nominates Robakhon Makhmudova, First Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Court, as a presidential candidate on July 9 elections. Since judges have no right to engage in political activities, the Supreme Qualification Collegium of Judges suspended her judicial powers.
The People’s Democratic Party of Uzbekistan nominated its leader Ulugbek Inoyatov as a presidential candidate. He was the Minister of Public Education from 2013−2018.
The Ecological Party of Uzbekistan announced its intention to nominate the party leader, Abdushukur Khamzaev, as a presidential candidate for the early elections on July 9. Khamzaev is a former forestry official and researcher who became party chairman last December.
The campaign for the early presidential election, which will take place on July 9, was officially launched by the Central Election Commission of Uzbekistan. The deadline for registering candidates is June 6.
The Central Election Commission and political parties in Uzbekistan begun preparations for early presidential elections scheduled for 9 July. The CEC plans to announce the start of the election campaign on 10 May. President Shavkat Mirziyoyev announced the early election on May 8.
Early presidential elections in Uzbekistan will be held on 9 July, 2023.
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