PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2016
March 29, 2015
Candidate for President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Narimon Umarov voted on elections
Candidate for President of the Republic of Uzbekistan from the Social Democratic Party \"Adolat\" Narimon Umarov on March 29 voted at the polling station number 505 in Tashkent.
In the years of independence the country has created an electoral system, the relevant national legislation and international standards. This is important in the conduct of elections based on democratic principles such as openness, transparency and multi-party system. The future of the country and its further development depends on the conduct of elections in accordance with the highest democratic requirements and generally accepted international principles on the basis set out in our Basic Law provisions, voter turnout and choice.
Voters are actively involved in the election of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Citizen participation in elections is a form of not only the implementation of the constitutionally guaranteed rights of the Republic of Uzbekistan to elect and be elected, but also to perform their civic duty, the evidence of awareness of their responsibility for the future of the country and the destiny of the people.
Significant results in Uzbekistan give reforms implemented on the basis of democratic principles and to further improve the quality and standard of living of different social groups and segments of the population. Work on the rule of law and social justice, strengthen the economy, targeted training, the development of science further enhance the role of civil society is gaining wide acceptance throughout the world.
In order to ensure transparency and openness in the process of election of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the country set up a single computer network that allows us to observe the voting process online and install the visual communication with all regions.