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On March 12, 2022, an important socio-political event - the election of the President of Turkmenistan - was held in an organized, festive and cheerful manner.
As previously reported, today, March 12, early presidential elections are being held in Turkmenistan.
In South Korea, presidential elections were held on March 9, with a voter turnout of 77.1 percent.
On March 10, 2022, deputies of the National Assembly (Parliament) of Hungary elected the President of the country. Minister for Family Affairs, Youth and International Relations Katalin Nowak was elected President of Hungary.
Chairman of the Central Election Commission of the Republic of Uzbekistan Zainiddin Nizomkhojaev, head of the Secretariat Khudoyor Mamatov and head of international cooperation Murodilla Alimbaev are in Ashgabat to observe the early presidential elections in Turkmenistan, which will be held on March 12.
The Central Electoral Commission (CEC) and the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) have completed a two-day training session on Electoral Leadership.
In accordance with the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated February 28, 2022 No. PF-80 “On the appointment of Marufova G.M. member of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan”, in accordance with Art. 14, 16 and 75 of the Electoral Code, the Central Election Commission of the Republic of Uzbekistan decided to register Marufova G.M. Deputy of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
In accordance with Article 27 of the Electoral Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan, during the election campaign, voter lists in each polling station are submitted by precinct election commissions for public review 15 days before the election.
The next meeting of the expert group on the formation of the Advisory Council of Heads of Electoral Bodies of the Commonwealth of Independent States was held via videoconference.
International election observation is widely recognized around the world and plays an important role in providing an accurate and unbiased assessment of the nature of electoral processes and is carried out not only in the interests of the population of the country in which elections are held, but also in the interests of the international community. It often facilitates a two-way exchange of knowledge and information on the electoral process and sometimes leads to the establishment of strong international relations.