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The Central Election Commission of Tajikistan did not record violations in the presidential elections

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Violations in the presidential elections in Tajikistan, held on October 11, were not recorded. Bakhtiyor Khudoyorzoda, chairman of the Central Commission for Elections and Referendums (CCER), told Sputnik Tajikistan agency.
“There were no violations at the polling stations during the day. There were no complaints from either candidates or observers, ”the head of the Central Election Commission of Tajikistan said.
According to him, the preliminary results of the voting are planned to be announced on October 12 at 10:00 (8:00 Moscow time). The head of the CCER added that the statistics on voter turnout will be announced at the same time.
By now, all polling stations in Tajikistan have closed. Voting at 3375 election commissions lasted until 20:00 (18:00 Moscow time). After the polling stations were closed, the CEC members started counting the votes.
Earlier, the CCER chairman said that the presidential elections held in Tajikistan were recognized as valid.
As of 15:00, voter turnout was 70.7%, the republic’s CEC reported. In addition to the current president of the country, 68-year-old Emomali Rahmon, who is running for the presidency for the fifth time, other candidates are also participating in the presidential race:
Emomali Rahmon has been president since November 1994. In his political career, Rahmon took part in three presidential races (in 1999, 2006, 2013), where he won several times.
In February 2016, the Constitutional Court of Tajikistan recognized the amendments to the country’s Constitution as legal, which gave Emomali Rahmon the right to participate in the presidential elections an unlimited number of times.

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