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Russian observers found no irregularities in the elections in Uzbekistan


MOSCOW, October 24. Members of the Central Election Commission of Russia did not reveal any irregularities in the presidential elections in the Republic of Uzbekistan, Anton Lopatin, a member of the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation, who was present at the elections as an observer, told RIA Novosti. Representatives of the electoral system of the Russian Federation did not reveal any violations in the presidential elections in the Republic of Uzbekistan, either through the SCO or through the CIS, “Lopatin said. He recalled that all polling stations in Uzbekistan were prepared in advance for the presidential elections in accordance with the current epidemiological situation. “According to the Uzbek side, about 21 thousand medical workers checked the temperature of people who came. They were given masks, treated their hands with antiseptics,” Lopatin added. The Central Election Commission of Uzbekistan recognized the facts of “family” voting in the presidential elections. The members of the commission were also provided with personal protective equipment. they used some useful things for themselves in these elections, “Lopatin noted. He added that the turnout in Uzbekistan is” traditionally high. ” At 17:00 (15:00 Moscow time), according to the Central Election Commission of Uzbekistan, almost 14.3 million people, or 71.8% of voters have already voted. “Now, I think that there are about 80% for sure, maybe even more. “, – concluded Lopatin. Procedure for elections of the President of Uzbekistan All five parties officially operating in the country – Ecological, Milliy Tiklanish (National Revival), Liberal Democratic (UzLiDeP), People's Democratic (PDPU) and Adolat (Justice) – were registered with the CEC their candidates. Among them is the incumbent President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, according to experts, he is the main contender for victory. The presidential elections in Uzbekistan are held every five years. An early presidential election was held in Uzbekistan on December 4, 2016, which was won by Mirziyoyev, who served as prime minister. President Islam Karimov, who ruled the country since 1989, died on September 2, 2016 at the age of 78 from a stroke.

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