Uzbekistan Gears Up For Sixth Presidential Election Today
Voting in full swing
Tashkent, Special Report (Tahir Farooq & Muhammad Abbas Khan), Uzbekistan is holding its sixth presidential election today. Five candidates from five parties are running for the first time. A female candidate is also in the race as the general impression is that incumbent President Shavkat Mirziyoyev has an overwhelming majority. Uzbekistan to hold presidential elections on October 24 Incumbent President Shavkat Mirziyoyev is also running as a candidate in the upcoming elections. Immediately after winning his first presidential election, President Shavkat Mirziyoyev initiated economic and cultural reforms in the country, promoting greater openness and freedom in the country. Banks and financial institutions were upgraded to openly participate in the development of the country. Today, Uzbekistan’s industry is on the latest lines. Construction industry is fully developed.
Over the past few years, state of the art urban areas have been built in the country’s large and small cities with state-of-the-art facilities, which is why today’s Uzbek citizen is not only satisfied with the work of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, but also appreciates it. For the first time a female candidate is running in the current presidential election in Uzbekistan – Ms. Maqsooda Aziz Vonavarishova is a presidential candidate from the People’s Democratic Party of Uzbekistan – She was born in Tashkent on January 20, 1961. She attended the Tashkent Medical Institute. Graduated from TUT. Incumbent President Shaukat Mirzayev Miraman Voc is a candidate of the Liberal Democratic Party, a party of business circles and industrialists. He is an engineer by profession and graduated from the Tashkent Canal Irrigation Agricultural Institute. Belonging to the Democratic Party, Ali Sherkuldevich Kadyrov was born in Tashkent on March 12, 1975. The fifth candidate running in the current election is Bahram Abduramanovich Abduloimov. He is a candidate for the Social Democratic Party court. Born into a Workers Family. He is a Doctor of History. He specializes in Arabic and English. He studied at the Oriental Institute in Tashkent. – All candidates have the same means, resources and opportunities. Their election expenses are borne by the Election Commission of Uzbekistan. The election movement took place in an atmosphere of calm and contentment. The general impression is that incumbent President Shavkat Miramanovich Mirziyoyev will win by a landslide.