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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».
Chapter 14 of the Election Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan defines the procedure for the Senate formation, according to which the rules for the implementation of processes related to the election of the Senate members.
Gender equality and women’s participation in political processes are growing in Uzbekistan. Undoubtedly, this situation is also observed in the election process.
The media facilitates election observation by informing the public about elections at various levels.