"Following the results of the Presidential elections, the Prosecutor General's Office of Uzbekistan received 5 appeals," Deputy Prosecutor General Shokhrukh Aminov said during a briefing held today on the preliminary results of the presidential elections held on July 9.
The presidential elections of the Republic of Uzbekistan, held on July 9 in our country, attracted the attention of many foreign experts. In particular, officials from a number of sports organizations visited polling stations in Tashkent as observers.
A group of international observers, including the Chairman of the Committee on Inter-Parliamentary Cooperation of the House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia, Dr. Fadli Zon, visited the Alisher Navoi National Library of Uzbekistan.
On July 6, the Central Election Commission held a meeting with representatives of the delegation from India, who arrived in our country to monitor the process of preparation for the early presidential elections of the Republic of Uzbekistan and their conduct.
On May 30, at the XI Congress of the Movement of Entrepreneurs and Business People - the Liberal Democratic Party (UzLiDeP) in Tashkent, a decision was made to approve the incumbent head of state Shavkat Mirziyoyev as a presidential candidate for early elections on July 9.
The XI Congress of the Social Democratic Party "Adolat" on May 29 this year approved Robakhon Makhmudova, a former first deputy chairman of the Supreme Court, as a candidate for President of Uzbekistan in early elections on July 9.
At the XIII Congress of the People's Democratic Party of Uzbekistan (PDPU) on May 29 this year in Tashkent, a decision was made to approve party leader Ulugbek Inoyatov as a presidential candidate for early elections on July 9.
A regular meeting of the Central Election Commission was held on May 24. In accordance with the agenda of the meeting, issues related to the establishment of polling stations at diplomatic and other representations of the Republic of Uzbekistan in foreign countries and the formation of expert groups to verify the correctness of the signature lists submitted by political parties were considered.