Parliamentary elections on December 21, 2014

In the 127constituencies for election to the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis, four candidates fought for the mandate of one deputy, and 8 of them 3 candidates fought for the mandate of one deputy. In general, 20 million 789,572 voters were included in the voter lists across the country, with an estimated 18 million 490 thousand 245 or 88.94 percent of voters participated in elections.

According to the elections results which held on December 21, 2014, in 113 constituencies were elected deputies to Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan. In addition, according to the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On Elections to the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan”, on December 21, at the Conference of the Ecological Movement of Uzbekistan, 15 deputies were elected to the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis.

As a result of intense competition from political parties, none of the candidates in 22 constituencies for the elections to the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan failed to collect the required number of votes. In this regard, on January 4, 2015, re-election was held in these constituencies. From 3 million and 434 thousand 345 voters whose names were included in the lists of voters, 2 million 642 thousand 63 voters participated in the voting, which makes 76.9% of the total number of voters included in the lists. According to the results of the elections for deputies to Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan, 150 deputies of the lower chamber of the parliament were elected, 52 from the Movement of Entrepreneurs and Businessmen - the Liberal Democratic Party of Uzbekistan; 36 deputies were elected from the Democratic Party of Uzbekistan «Milliy Tiklanish», 27 - from the People's Democratic Party of Uzbekistan, and 20 - from the Social-Democratic Party of Uzbekistan «Adolat».

15 deputies are representatives of the Ecological Movement of Uzbekistan. Of the elected deputies, 24 of them or 16 percent are women. From 150 elected deputies, 40 or 27 %t were deputies of the Legislative Chamber.

The election process covered by more than 550 national and 120 foreign mass media, including more than 180 online publications. More than 9,000 materials related to the preparatory and conduct of elections were published. The elections observed by more than 340 observers from political parties, as well as 70 political parties, from five international organizations - the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, the Commonwealth of Independent States, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the World Association of Electoral Bodies and the Islamic Cooperation Organization observers and their authorized representatives.

Press – Service

Central Election Commission

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