Uzbekistan has developed an integrated system of privileges and preferences to support domestic exporting enterprises in the conditions of global economic crisis, and stimulate the production of export-oriented goods.
The candidate for President of the Republic of Uzbekistan from the Adolat Social Democratic Party of Uzbekistan, Narimon Umarov, met voters of the Republic of Qoraqalpoghiston on 21 November.
Candidates to presidency of Uzbekistan set forth their electoral programs in detail in the course of election campaign. We offer our readers the most important and interesting points of their programs.
Quite often in our lives, we receive invitations to conferences, concerts, wedding ceremonies and various other events. However, elections are special events. Undoubtedly, an invitation to them evokes a feeling of pride in all of us.
Preparations for the upcoming presidential elections in our country has entered into an active phase. UzA reporter talked to the chairman of the Central Election Commission of the Republic of Uzbekistan Mirzoulugbek Abdusalomov on the significance of the elections for the future development of our country, on the amendments, made to the electoral legislation, as well as on the preparations for the elections.
The candidate for President of the Republic of Uzbekistan from the movement of entrepreneurs and businessmen – the Uzbekistan Liberal-Democratic Party (UzLiDeP), Shavkat Mirziyoyev, met voters of Surkhondaryo Region on 15 November.
The rich program of the working visit to Belgium by Uzbekistan’s parliamentary delegation has included a series of meetings with members of the country’s legislature and the European Parliament.
23 days away from the presidential elections in Uzbekistan, we offer our readers the basic ideas being pushed forward by the country’s political parties who have nominated their candidates for the post of President of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
On 14 November, the Republican Press Center for covering the elections of President of the Republic of Uzbekistan hosted a roundtable discussion to address the guarantees of electoral rights of citizens. The event was organized by the Central Election Commission of the country together with the Tashkent branch of Lomonosov Moscow State University.
The International Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence at the School of International Studies of S.Rajaratnam (Singapore) hosted a briefing on the upcoming presidential elections in Uzbekistan.
On 8 November, the Central Election Commission of the Republic of Uzbekistan held its regular meeting chaired by Chairman M. Abdusalomov. The meeting saw representatives of political parties, members of OSCE / ODIHR mission, as well as mass media representatives.
The theme of the upcoming presidential elections in Uzbekistan is actively discussed among foreign experts. Thus, representatives of government agencies, scientific and academic circles of Kuwait have shared their assessments and views on this important event in the political life of our country.
The Embassy of our country in Islamabad conducted a briefing on the upcoming presidential elections at the Institute of Peace and Diplomatic Studies of Pakistan. Professors and research staff of the Institute, representatives of the expert community and the local media attended the event.
A special magazine has been published in Singapore under this name dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the state independence of our country. It contains detailed information about the historical and cultural heritage and modern development of Uzbekistan.
Expert groups convened here at the Republican Press Center for covering the elections of President of the Republic of Uzbekistan on November 1 for a meeting in videoconference mode to discuss issues surrounding the organization of local training seminars across the regions of the country for members of precinct election commissions.
Territorial training seminars are being conducted in Tashkent Region on issues of raising precinct electoral commission members’ knowledge about laws and the effective work organization of these commissions.
At the Tashkent railway engineering institute, the Milliy Tiklanish democratic party of Uzbekistan has arranged a round-table conversation on the subject of “The legal basis for Uzbekistan’s electoral system”.