PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2016
March 29, 2015
Kenichi Matsumoto: \"Elections should be held freely, orderly, fair and peaceful as in Uzbekistan\"
Kenichi Matsumoto, president of the Japanese Organization for medical external technical assistance in the field of medical equipment (OMETA), chairman of the Foundation \"Matsumoto\" (Japan):
- To get acquainted with the process of voting at a polling station ¹158 in Tashkent. Sites are equipped in accordance with democratic principles, the voters are actively involved in this important political event.
It should be noted that there is no universal model of democracy, which should be implemented equally in all states. Each system will yield good results, if implemented, taking into account the interests, culture, traditions and customs of a particular nation, geographical and historical conditions of the country. Uzbekistan\'s election system deserves special attention because it combines international standards, best practices of democratic nations and traditions and values of the Uzbek people. I think that the elections should be held in the same free, fair, open and transparent, orderly, peaceful and calm, as in Uzbekistan. After all, peace and harmony are the foundation of prosperity and well-being.
Everyone knows that Uzbekistan pays great attention to the education of physically strong and spiritually mature young generation. Along with the established in the country the necessary conditions to increase the intellectual potential of young people and their involvement in the study of foreign languages, full disclosure talent deserves special praise as extensive work to promote sports among young people. I appreciate the efforts of Uzbekistan for the harmonious development of young people, is the decisive force of tomorrow.