Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct. 18 / Trend /
On October 19 the Azerbaijani Constitutional Court will consider the final report of the presidential election held on October 9, submitted by the Azerbaijani Central Election Commission (CEC) for approval, the Constitutional Court told Trend today.
The Azerbaijani Central Election Commission (CEC) has submitted the final report of country's presidential election held on October 9 to the Constitutional Court for approval.
The decision was made at a meeting of the Central Election Commission on Thursday.
According to the requirements of Articles 108 and 203 of the Electoral Code, the CEC issued a protocol on the election results signed by the Commission members.
The protocol was submitted to the Constitutional Court for approval.
The final opinion on the election gives reason to say that the elections were held in a proper way. People voted at the constituencies without problems, CEC chairman Mazahir Panahov said at a meeting.
Voting took place at 5,192 constituencies under the supervision of webcams, local and international observers, he said.
The CEC did not receive any appeals about serious violations.
"Nothing that could cast doubt on the election occurred," Panahov said.
According to Panahov, all appeals received by the commission were considered.
Candidate of the ruling New Azerbaijan Party Ilham Aliyev won the presidential election held on October 9. He gained the most votes - 84.54 percent (3,126,113) voters.
Other candidates received:
Jamil Hasanli - 5.53 percent (204,642 votes)
Iqbal Aghazade - 2.40 percent (88,723 votes)
Gudret Hasanguliyev - 1.99 percent (73,702 votes)
Zahid Oruj - 1.46 percent (53,839 votes)
Ilyas Ismayilov - 1.07 percent (39,722 votes)
Araz Alizade - 0.87 percent (32,069 votes)
Faraj Guliyev - 0.86 percent (31,926 votes)
Hafiz Hajiyev - 0.66 percent (24,461 votes)
Sardar Mammadov - 0.61 percent (22,773 votes).
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