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Uzbekistani parliamentary election, 2014–2015


Parliamentary elections were held in Uzbekistan on 21 December 2014,[1] with a second round on 4 January 2015, alongside provincial and district council elections. The Uzbekistan Liberal Democratic Party remained the largest party, winning 52 of the 135 elected seats in the Legislative Chamber.

Electoral system

Of the 150 members of the Legislative Chamber, 135 were directly elected from single member constituencies using the two-round system.[2] A further 15 seats were reserved for the country's Ecological Movement, which elected its members at a meeting on 21 December.[3]

Results

Of the 135 elected seats, 113 were won by candidates in the first round.[3] The remaining 22 seats were filled when run-off elections took place on 4 January 2015.[4]

Party First round Second round Total
seats
+/–
Votes % Seats Votes % Seats
Uzbekistan Liberal Democratic Party 47 5 52 –1
Uzbekistan National Revival Democratic Party 28 8 36 +5
People's Democratic Party of Uzbekistan 21 6 27 –5
Justice Social Democratic Party 17 3 20 +1
Ecological Movement 15 0
Total 18,490,245 100 113 2,642,063 100 22 150 0
Registered voters/turnout 20,789,572 88.94 3,434,345 76.93
Source: CEC, CEC

References

  1. ^ Elections in the OSCE Area in 2014 OCSE
  2. ^ Electoral system IPU
  3. ^ a b Speech by Chairman of the Central Election Commission of the Republic of Uzbekistan M. Abdusalomova at a press conference on the preliminary results of elections to the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan Central Election Commission (Russian)
  4. ^ Liberal democrats get majority of seats in Uzbek parliament Trent.az, 5 January 2015.

External links

  • Central Election Commission of the Republic of Uzbekistan
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