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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

The outcome of the elections is predetermined: the acting President of Uzbekistan became mirzijaev


The government of Uzbekistan reported that the acting President of the Republic appointed by the Prime Minister Shavkat Mirziyaev. It transpires that the head of the Senate Yuldashev, which, according to the law to perform the duties of the President until the election, recused himself in favor of the ex-Prime Minister. Sitopia “MK” commented the expert on Central Asia.


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Shavkat Mirziyaev

Daniil KISLOV, chief editor of the portal “Fergana.<url>:

-What happened in Uzbekistan, contrary to the Constitution. The basic law clearly stipulates the procedure and there is no possibility to interpret it differently. The Chairman of the Senate Ulashev allegedly admitted her inexperience in positions of governance, showed their patriotism and recused himself, having refused the presidency in favor of an experienced politician of over 10 years are at the head of the government. This does not happen. The crime with which he began his presidential fate Mirziyaev, yet as President of Uzbekistan. It is clear that elections be held in a few months, and maybe tomorrow is a farce. People have made clear: the next President will be Mirziyaev, and citizens must be consolidated to vote for him. The government once again crushed the people’s opinion and their own laws. All have forgotten about the need to obey the law. No one is paying attention.

Died Islam Karimov. Chronicle of events
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