Tashkent, Uzbekistan, Nov.17
By Demir Azizov- Trend:
Central election commission of Uzbekistan registered candidates for deputies of the lower house of parliament, the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis (The Supreme Assembly), nominated by four political parties to participate in the parliamentary election on November 21, 2014, said the republican press center on election coverage.
It was earlier reported that the four Uzbek political parties admitted to the election - Uzbekistan Liberal Democratic Party (UzLiDeP), People's Democratic Party of Uzbekistan (PDPU), the Milly Tiklanish Democratic Party of Uzbekistan (National Revival), the Adolat Social Democratic Party of Uzbekistan (Justice) each nominated 135 (according to the number of electoral districts) deputy candidates.
"Central election commission thoroughly checked the documents for the registration of candidates for deputies of the Legislative Chamber submitted by the political parties for their compliance with the requirements of the law," said the statement.
"All activities on the nomination of candidates for deputies of the lower house of parliament were made by political parties in strict accordance with the requirements of the law, in an atmosphere of transparency and openness," the statement said.
Summing up the audit results, the central election commission adopted a decision on the registration of candidates for deputies of the Legislative Chamber nominated by political parties participating in the elections.
Lists of registered candidates for deputies will be published in print.
The elections to the Legislative Chamber of the parliament will be held in Uzbekistan on December 21.
The bicameral parliament in Uzbekistan for the first time was formed in 2005. The Legislative Chamber permanently employs 150 deputies elected in December 2009 from four political parties and the Ecological Movement of Uzbekistan for a period of five years.