Interesting facts about the activities of the new President of Uzbekistan — Shavkat Mirziyoyev


Shavkat Mirziyoyev is an outstanding political figure who played a key role in establishing stability and prosperity in Uzbekistan.

Born on July 24, 1957, he has come a long way from humble beginnings to the leadership of the country. Mirziyoyev began his career in the engineering and technical field, then moved into agriculture. In 1996, he headed the Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources of Uzbekistan. His abilities and diligence were noticed, and he quickly advanced in the service.

A manager with experience

Before becoming President, Shavkat Mirziyoyev served as Prime Minister since 2003. This experience gave him a deep understanding of the economic and social aspects of government. In 2016, he was elected president, replacing Islam Karimov, the founder of independent Uzbekistan.

Today, Uzbek president shavkat mirziyoyev assumed the office of president in a solemn ceremony. This historic moment took place in the country’s parliament, where he took the oath of allegiance and service to his country and people. Before taking the oath, the standard and the sign of the President of Uzbekistan were displayed in the Senate hall, symbolizing the beginning of a new era in the life of the country. The Chairman of the Central Election Commission, Zainiddin Nizamkhodjayev, handed Mirziyoyev a document certifying him as the newly elected president of Uzbekistan.

The swearing-in ceremony was a majestic moment. Shavkat Mirziyoyev, laying his hand on the Constitution and the Koran, the holy book of Islam, solemnly promised to strictly observe the constitution, guarantee the rights and freedoms of citizens, and impartially fulfill his duties to the Republic of Uzbekistan. The decision on the elections and amendments to the Constitution was made on the basis of the will of the citizens expressed at the referendum on April 30. The amendments increased the presidential term from five to seven years and allowed the incumbent president to run for re-election after two consecutive terms.

Immediately after the referendum, Shavkat Mirziyoyev called for early elections, which were held on July 9. The results of the vote confirmed his confident leadership — Mirziyoyev scored 87.05% of the votes. A new stage in the political life of Uzbekistan began with this historic day, and the steps taken by Shavkat Mirziyoyev will have an impact on the future of the country and its people. At the same time, these changes impress with their openness, demonstrating the desire to strengthen democratic institutions and progress in various areas of Uzbek society.

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