PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2016
December 23, 2014
CEC head: 113 deputies elected according to preliminary results of the elections
On December 22 at 15:00 pm Tashkent time the Republican press center for coverage of the elections held a briefing for local and foreign media.
Chairman of the Central Election Commission of the Republic of Uzbekistan M. Abdusalomov speaking at a press briefing said that the elections to the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis, regional, district and city councils of people\\\'s deputies attended by more than 18.4 million voters, representing 89% of the total number of voters included in the lists.
8311 voters exercised their right to early voting.
According to the preliminary results of the elections to the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis deputies were elected by 113 election areas.
From the Movement of Entrepreneurs and Businessmen - Liberal Democratic Party of Uzbekistan elected 47 deputies, the Democratic Party of Uzbekistan \\\"Milly Tiklanish\\\" - 28, the People\\\'s Democratic Party of Uzbekistan - 21, the Social Democratic Party \\\"Adolat\\\" - 17 deputies.
In 22 districts, none of the candidates receives half of the votes. In accordance with the legislation in these areas in the period of specified by law, will be held a repeated vote on the two candidates who received the most votes.
In the course of the Conference of the Ecological Movement of Uzbekistan, which was also held yesterday, through secret ballot were elected 15 members of the Legislative Chamber of the Parliament of the Ecological Movement.
Information from the field about any serious violations of the electoral legislation didn\\\'t come. However, the CEC helpline received appeals, suggestions and comments on some issues. All of them were accepted and solved in the manner prescribed by law and terms.
Elections to the Legislative Chamber of Oliy Majlis of Uzbekistan held in compliance with all democratic norms and principles fixed in the Constitution and the electoral law.
Transparency, openness of the electoral process has contributed to the work of local and foreign observers. Monitoring of elections to the Legislative Chamber of Oliy Majlis of Uzbekistan was carried out by more than 300 observers from 50 countries and five international organizations - OSCE ODIHR, CIS, SCO, VAIO and the OIC, as well as more than 70,000 observers and authorized representatives of political parties that nominated candidates to deputies. In addition, the election was covered by more than 340 representatives of local and foreign media.
Currently, the CEC is considering protocols and other documents provided by the district election commissions and the Ecological Movement of Uzbekistan.
In accordance with the Law \\\"On elections to the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan\\\" all materials of separate precinct election commissions if necessary, once again will be carefully checked by the CEC. Only after that, the Central Election Commission will decide on the election results.
In accordance with national electoral legislation about the results of the elections and the list of the elected deputies of the Legislative Chamber will be published by the Central Election Commission in the press no later than 10 days after the election, that is, until December 31 this year.
Elections to the Legislative Chamber of Oliy Majlis and local representative bodies of state power, held on December 21 demonstrated solidarity of the people of Uzbekistan on the path of building a democratic state of law and a strong civil society, with the deepening