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Shavkat Mirziyoyev became President of Uzbekistan

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The Central Election Commission of Uzbekistan announced the results of the presidential elections. The report says that 87,83% of registered voters came to the polls. Presidential candidate Shavkat Mirziyoyev, according to the latest data, is gaining more than 88,6% of votes and becomes the second president of Uzbekistan for all history independence of this republic.




Recall that the early presidential elections were appointed after the death of the permanent leader of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov. The only favorite in the elections after the news that Karimov’s daughter would not run for the presidency was Mirziyoyev, who had previously served as chairman of the government of Uzbekistan.

Shavkat Mirziyoyev 59 years. He was born in the family of a doctor in Jizzak district of the Uzbek SSR. In 1981, the future politician graduated from the TIIMSH - Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Soon he received the title of candidate of technical sciences. In 9, in his home university, he “rose” to the post of vice-rector for academic work.

In 1990, he was elected people's deputy of the Uzbek SSR. Shavkat Mirziyev was asserted four times to the post of head of the country's cabinet by the local parliament. The last time this happened was in 2015.
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  1. Holoy
    Holoy 5 December 2016 14: 41
    +7
    If he is not as tough as Karimov, then in six months ISIS will rule there!
    1. The black
      The black 5 December 2016 14: 45
      +10
      Quote: Holoy
      If he is not as rigid as Karimov, then six months later, ISIS will rule there!

      Will. (I'm talking about tough). Well, Russia, judging by our reaction, is quite happy.
      1. Holoy
        Holoy 5 December 2016 14: 48
        +5
        Quote: Black
        Will. (I'm talking about tough)

        Well, God forbid! In Uzbekistan, no other way at all!
        1. Krabik
          Krabik 5 December 2016 21: 17
          0
          Where is it possible?

          We also have to be tough ...
          1. HERMES
            HERMES 5 December 2016 21: 22
            +2
            Too much black news comes from all over the world ...

            Well ... and I sincerely wish Uzbekistan and the people of the Uzbek peace and tranquility ...
            Hello from Baku hi

            Ps I hope ISIS will meet Uzbekistan in glorious traditions ... with bread and salt ̶i̶z̶ ̶r̶u̶zh̶y̶ya̶ wink
            1. Krabik
              Krabik 5 December 2016 21: 24
              +3
              So that ISIS does not come to Uzbekistan, it is enough to remove the US embassy;)
            2. Razvedka_Boem
              Razvedka_Boem 9 December 2016 17: 36
              0
              Thank. Everything will be fine.
    2. Ustrushan
      Ustrushan 5 December 2016 14: 51
      +5
      Shavkat Mirziyoyev, began to soften the economic state pressure on business. He began to actively seek ways to resolve disputes with neighbors. I hope that this policy continues. And enthusiasm will quickly come to naught.
      1. Holoy
        Holoy 5 December 2016 14: 53
        +4
        with any mitigation, they will quickly cut off his head there ... Uzbekistan could be worse than Syria ...
        1. Ustrushan
          Ustrushan 5 December 2016 14: 57
          +3
          Relief is needed, it is necessary to give a way out a couple otherwise it will certainly explode. Uzbekistan is closer to us than Syria. I hope someone needs to watch - watch!
          1. Holoy
            Holoy 5 December 2016 15: 01
            0
            Not! A hard line is needed there ... And little depends on Russia. Russia has no influence on Uzbekistan. It is just necessary to agree with Kazakhstan to shut itself off from them! Kazakhs understand this ...
            1. Ustrushan
              Ustrushan 5 December 2016 15: 11
              +3
              Firstly, our influence is there. Secondly, the population of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan have not been compared? If we assume for a second that confusion will begin there, then, believe me, no Kazakhs can restrain the border.
              A hard line is a hard line of discord. No one says that you give freedom and anarchy.
              1. Holoy
                Holoy 5 December 2016 15: 31
                0
                There is no Russian influence there, there is no need to invent it, in any case, under Karimov, Uzbekistan has bent its line ...

                About Kazakhstan ... I’m saying that the Kazakhs know this, it’s not like that today tomorrow, or Uzbekistan will annex or China ... So we need to send Russian troops to Kazakhstan ...

                Uzbekistan is very susceptible to the influence of non-traditional trends ... so that any liberalization can push into chaos ...
                1. gray smeet
                  gray smeet 5 December 2016 15: 32
                  +3
                  Quote: Holoy
                  There is no Russian influence there, there is no need to invent it, in any case, under Karimov, Uzbekistan has bent its line ...

                  About Kazakhstan ... I’m saying that the Kazakhs know this, it’s not like that today tomorrow, or Uzbekistan will annex or China ... So we need to send Russian troops to Kazakhstan ...


                  Lord !!! What nonsense !!!

                  Well, if you took such a zeal to paint the future of Uzbekistan, you would go there, at least as a tourist ... Maybe Mirziyoyev was there and how he ruled the last (nearly 20 years) years in Uzbekistan ... Karimov was the boss, and he ruled Mirziyoyev! He was elected ...
                  1. Temples
                    Temples 5 December 2016 17: 25
                    +8
                    About Kazakhstan ... I’m saying that the Kazakhs know this, it’s not like that today tomorrow, or Uzbekistan will annex or China ... So we need to send Russian troops to Kazakhstan ...

                    Here is the topic wassat
                    Now we’ll finish with Syria, then we’ll throw Ukrainians with hats. And there we will begin to join Kazakhstan. To the Uzbeks did not get wassat
                    Report from fools. wassat
                    Internet apparently in Durk free.
                2. Talgat
                  Talgat 9 December 2016 00: 12
                  +1
                  Quote: Holoy
                  There is no Russian influence there ..
                  About Kazakhstan ... I’m saying that the Kazakhs know this, it’s not like that today tomorrow, or Uzbekistan will annex or China ... So we need to introduce Russian troops to Kazakhstan ..


                  Sorry of course for the objection. but I strongly object to such comments

                  This is not only illiterate comments but also provocative and harmful

                  1) There is Russian influence in Uzbekistan

                  2) Uzbekistan is not a finite small country - but Kazakhstan will not be able to annex
                  a) Kazakhs will not agree - and if they do not agree, then believe me it will not work - the people are "stubborn"
                  b) the leadership of the Kazakhs will not agree - and there is an army, which, even if smaller than the Uzbek, but armed with more modern Russian weapons - and aviation in general is an order of magnitude superior to everyone except the Russian Federation
                  c) the Collective Security Treaty Organization block will not agree where the short circuit comes in by the way - and Russia, too, is the way

                  3) The troops of Russia in Kazakhstan are now introducing a completely crazy idea
                  The whole point of the alliance between the KZ and the Russian Federation and the common air defense, and so on - that the Russian Federation saves huge amounts of money - the Kazakhstani armed forces cover the entire south is essentially for the entire CSTO - this is the same principle as in the USSR. If they weren’t, Russia would have had to create the same grouping itself, including Air Defense, Aviation, etc.

                  Moreover - Russian troops are already in the KZ - we have several large bases - Saryshagan, etc. - and the Russian military arrives come and go without any extra noise

                  In general, Russia will send troops to us only with the aggression of China or some kind of civil war - with the loss of control over the territory - and that will probably be introduced under the flag of the CSTO

                  But your comment "to send troops" sounds into the hands of our Nazis and various fools - they often scare us with "Russian occupation"
              2. Ilja2016
                Ilja2016 5 December 2016 19: 36
                +1
                And Russia, unfortunately, has no influence anywhere
            2. gray smeet
              gray smeet 5 December 2016 15: 25
              +2
              Quote: Holoy
              Not! A hard line is needed there ... And little depends on Russia. Russia has no influence on Uzbekistan. It is just necessary to agree with Kazakhstan to shut itself off from them! Kazakhs understand this ...


              What kind of specialist in Uzbekistan? When did you return from there?

              Quote: Holoy
              with any mitigation, they will quickly cut off his head there ... Uzbekistan could be worse than Syria ...


              What kind of passion?

              Quote: Holoy
              Quote: Black
              Will. (I'm talking about tough)

              Well, God forbid! In Uzbekistan, no other way at all!


              Only in Uzbekistan? belay

              Quote: Holoy
              If he is not as tough as Karimov, then in six months ISIS will rule there!


              This is generally enchanting !!! Masterpiece !!!

              I want to ask - have you escaped from Uzbekistan long ago? bully
              1. Kasym
                Kasym 5 December 2016 17: 55
                +6
                Many have ideas about the region ... Here are the facts, draw your own conclusions.
                1. The Uzbeks in southern Afghanistan. Therefore, the priority is Dostum and the buffer zone from the Uzbeks of Afghanistan.
                2. The border with neighboring Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan is not defined. Border conflicts, closure and mining of borders are not rare. There were problems with the Turkmens, with the deployment of troops to the border.
                3. With Dushamba and Bishkek, the problem of water resources. Neighbors of state district power stations on mountain rivers want to build - Uzbeks against. The problem of the Aral and Amu Darya.
                If we add the impulsiveness and sometimes inconsistency of I. Karimov, the problems with the neighbors came to high-profile statements, right up to the hostilities over the water. Therefore, the NAS and the Republic of Kazakhstan for Central Asia most often acted as a peacemaker, if you like. I am sure that Astana will be among the top three countries where the President of Uzbekistan will go on his first visits. He is already invited, at any time convenient for him.
                The power block is strong in Uzbekistan, it’s good that they did not interfere in these political games with the elections. So they have enough power and influence there. Therefore, DAISH will not be there - the barmaleis after Andijan were presanuli. In fact, the new president is considered pro-Russian - so let's see. But the Uzbeks, in principle, are self-sufficient, but overpopulation still plays a role. There is gas, oil, uranium - so in terms of energy, everything is in order. Flour purchased from us. At the moment, the economy is growing - it is considered the largest in the CIS. Affects the planned economy. They are now trying to process cotton themselves, but because of the need for currency, they are forced to export it. They have brands of their own silk.
                In principle, Tashkent, like everyone else, needs sales markets. One list of agricultural products is worth something. Therefore, they need our market for growth - this is inevitable, otherwise the Chinese will "suck in". And there are practically no other markets in Tashkent - Turkmens, Afghans and Iranians are more competitors in this matter. hi
                1. Holoy
                  Holoy 5 December 2016 21: 40
                  0
                  1. Hundreds and thousands, if not tens of thousands of Uzbeks who left to fight in Syria and Iraq (they will return)
                  2. A part of the Uzbek Islamists is also located in Afghanistan (they will return)
                  3. Andijan did not disappear anywhere ... They just drove it underground ... + Namangan region, Khorezm region, Namangan region are far from the unambiguous support of Tashkent ...

                  If it were not for Karimov’s methods, and if he had listened to Russia all the time, then there would have been ten years ago if any Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami ruled
              2. Serg65
                Serg65 5 December 2016 18: 14
                +6
                Quote: gray smeet
                Lord !!! What nonsense !!!

                Quote: gray smeet
                What kind of specialist in Uzbekistan? When did you return from there?

                laughing I see, did you meet this tipogan for the first time? This is a super specialist in all matters! Attached on the avatar is the jubilee badge of the 42 MCI, taking an unofficial name nickname, I decided that I’m a dumbass in VO and not a foot in the marine special forces!
                1. Razvedka_Boem
                  Razvedka_Boem 9 December 2016 17: 41
                  0
                  Wow .. He is so on his wave that he is already noisy background.
  2. YGV-97219
    YGV-97219 5 December 2016 14: 45
    +3
    Congratulations to the Uzbeks with the new Sultan!
    1. OLD FART
      OLD FART 5 December 2016 20: 28
      0
      Quote: yugv-xnumx
      Congratulations to the Uzbeks with the new Sultan!

      Jacks .....! Karimov’s daughter, will there obviously be a sultana?
      Remember the Uzbek business during the Soviet era ... Karimov got out and was clearly not poor and was not the last in the hierarchy! Now there everything is already redistributed clearly with them .. The main thing is that the United States does not fit into the arrogant again .. And there we will figure it out!
  3. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 5 December 2016 14: 49
    +2
    Good luck. The elections passed without incident. You have chosen, consider, unanimously. Will it keep the country from sliding into radicalism? Karimov was not afraid of blood, and ruled with an iron hand. Russia will not be able to help him in this - it will only relax and "tear" the country apart.
    1. Razvedka_Boem
      Razvedka_Boem 9 December 2016 17: 45
      0
      Our new president also has a hand that is far from velvet. At his last post, he was able to thoroughly study the current situation in all areas of the life of the republic .. Probably no one knows the problems and challenges facing Uzbekistan better than him. And he has a clear vision of how the country will develop.
  4. orado
    orado 5 December 2016 14: 55
    +2
    Assalyamu alaikum
  5. thinker
    thinker 5 December 2016 15: 20
    +2
    Vladimir Putin warmly congratulated Shavkat Mirziyoyev on his convincing victory in the presidential elections in Uzbekistan and wished him success in his high public office.
    The parties reaffirmed their desire to further strengthen the Uzbek-Russian relations of alliance and strategic partnership, as well as expand mutually beneficial cooperation in various fields.
    Vladimir Putin invited Shavkat Mirziyoyev to pay an official visit to the Russian Federation. The invitation was gratefully accepted.
  6. quolta
    quolta 5 December 2016 15: 35
    +3
    they once said on TV they had been there for theft of a car for 15 years. 2-3 hijackings per year for the whole republic, we can try how much money could be saved
    1. gray smeet
      gray smeet 5 December 2016 15: 42
      +3
      It's true about cars ...
      1. Kasym
        Kasym 5 December 2016 18: 04
        +2
        The taxi driver left us alone in the car with the keys and the engine started (so that the air conditioner and the receiver worked), and he ran to the ... bazaar - ran for about 10 minutes. smile .
      2. Serg65
        Serg65 5 December 2016 18: 17
        +3
        Quote: gray smeet
        It's true about cars ..

        True truth, in Tashkent people sometimes forget to close the car, at night you can walk around the city without fear.
        1. OLD FART
          OLD FART 5 December 2016 20: 21
          0
          Quote: Serg65
          Quote: gray smeet
          It's true about cars ..

          True truth, in Tashkent people sometimes forget to close the car, at night you can walk around the city without fear.

          Do not "jinx it" ... I feel this will start soon there! Uzbekistan is a good developing economy and this annoys many!
    2. igor1981
      igor1981 6 December 2016 00: 33
      0
      Quote: Quantu
      they once said on TV they had been there for theft of a car for 15 years. 2-3 hijackings per year for the whole republic, we can try how much money could be saved


      About the fact that there are almost no hijackings - this is true. I have never heard in 25 years that someone stole a car somewhere. Sergeli massif lived in Tashkent. They could have stolen a radio tape recorder or drained gasoline, but stolen them. For drugs on an especially large scale and for terrorism - a tower. I’m wondering why in Russia they won’t introduce such correct punitive measures, what prevents?
      1. Razvedka_Boem
        Razvedka_Boem 9 December 2016 17: 48
        0
        For drugs on an especially large scale and for terrorism - tower

        There was a tower for drugs - from 15 grams of heroin or from 50 grams of cocaine.
  7. knn54
    knn54 5 December 2016 15: 56
    0
    He looks more like a Tajik. And a high% says that he suits both "Tashkent" and "Samarkadians" (Bukhara was pushed aside specifically).
    -Black: Well, Russia, judging by our reaction, is quite happy.
    It is said that his wife’s niece married Alisher Usmanov’s nephew, Babur Usmanov.
  8. faiver
    faiver 5 December 2016 18: 05
    +1
    generally wait and see ...
  9. OLD FART
    OLD FART 5 December 2016 20: 16
    0
    It was Mirziyoyev, who previously served as chairman of the government of Uzbekistan, who became the sole favorite in the elections after the news that Karimov’s daughter would not run for president.

    Very surprised ..! There they usually have clans of jusa, etc. Although there is a suspicion that they are preparing a surprise there for Russia, as in Kazakhstan, etc. (certain circles in the west and east ..))) I hope we will be ready, I’m right brothers Kazakhs ..?
  10. Asitius
    Asitius 6 December 2016 00: 24
    +1
    Good evening! I read your komenty and some, to put it mildly, "frighten" with their fantasticness. I want to insert my 5 kopecks. Any riffraffs like DAISH and the like will not grow here close. Such comrades are met at the airports on the approach. The SNB is working impeccably in this direction, as evidenced by the generally calm situation. Even if there are hints of inclinations of this kind, then here you need to take into account the mentality of our local population, and they do not need it at all. The people simply "breathe" for peace of mind at home. As for Mirziyoyev, he is a student of Islam Abduganievich, a rather tough person, tougher than our first president. In recent years, he actually directed all the political processes inside. And here I am calm. So everything should be fine.