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The «Concept of the organization of advanced training of members of election commissions» approved by the Central Election Commission (CEC) on April 27 this year, served to hold the Presidential Election on October 24 on the basis of the national electoral legislation and international tendencies.
Chapter 14 of the Election Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan defines the procedure of formation of the Senate, according to which the rules for the implementation of processes related to the election of members of the Senate.
How were the elections held in Ancient Greece and Rome as the countries of birthplace of democracy and modern elections? Was the will of the people taken into account or was it in the hands of high-ranking officials? We will try to answer these questions.
The international observer missions highly appreciated the preparation and holding of the presidential elections on October 24, 2021 in Uzbekistan.
The Convention on Standards of Democratic Elections, the Voting Rights and Freedoms in the State Parties of the Commonwealth of Independent States (Chisinau, October 7, 2002) states that democratic elections are the basis of the will and power of the people, the foundation of elected state and local self-government bodies, other people's (national) representative bodies, elected officials.
November 29, 2021, the President of the Kyrgyz Republic Sadyr Japarov met with the heads of international observation missions to monitor the parliamentary elections in the country. The head of the delegation of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Chairman of the Central Election Commission Z.Nizamkhodzhayev took part at the meeting.
After the start of the presidential elections on July 23 this year, the Central Election Commission (CEC) worked to cover this important political process, and consequently, a Press Center was established for the purpose of improving legal knowledge and electoral culture of the population, as well as launching a temporarily centralized campaign system in the country.
As previously reported, the Uzbek delegation is taking part in the elections to the Jokargy Kenes of the Kyrgyz Republic to be held on November 27-29.
Meanwhile, in Delhi, India, an international webinar was launched on «Enhancing electoral participation of Women, Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) and Senior citizen Voters: Sharing Best Practices and New Initiatives».