Sarvar Otamuratov’s meeting with voters of Navoiy Region

posted 16 Nov 2016, 10:00 by Webmaster Ambasciata

The candidate for President of the Republic of Uzbekistan from the Milliy Tiklanish Democratic Party of Uzbekistan, Sarvar Otamuratov, met voters of Navoiy Region on 9 November.

The meeting, which was held in the format of video conference attended by voters of all the districts and towns of the region, was opened by the leader of Milliy Tiklanish Democratic Party deputies’ group in the Navoiy Regional council of people’s deputies, B.Bozorov.

A.Bobomurodova, authorised representative of the candidate for President, familiarized those gathered with the candidate’s biography.

Candidate for President Sarvar Otamuratov made a speech setting out the main points of his electoral programme.

Navoiy Region has a special place in the country’s economy. The region accounts for 10 per cent of the country’s industrial output, and 45 per cent of its cement, 30 per cent of mineral fertilizers and 16 per cent of electricity. Such big production facilities as the Navoiy ore-extraction and metallurgy combine, Navoiazot, Kyzylkumtsement, Navoiy’s thermal power station and electrochemical plant are significant to the domestic economy. In the “Navoi” free economic zone, the first such a zone in the country, there are 19 enterprises producing more than 100 types of modern industrial goods.

In the electoral programme of the candidate, a number of tasks are specified on the basis of this noble idea: “From national revival to national prosperity”. These tasks relate to the economic, social, political, spiritual enlightenment, judicial, law, information, sport and foreign policy spheres. In the programme, the achievement of the people’s spiritual revival is defined as the basis of economic reforms.

Special attention is paid in the programme to expanding the transport and logistical infrastructure in the “Navoi” free economic zone and adopting systemic measures to promote goods tagged “made in Uzbekistan” on world markets by providing effective support for local production enterprises producing export-oriented products as well as those producing import-substituting products, including through easing the tax burden and providing customs privileges and preferences, subsidies and other forms of state support.

A deputy of the Navbahor district council of people’s deputies, F.Rajabov; the chief editor of the Uchquduq newspaper, R.Qodirova; and others said that processes relating to the elections were in progress on a multi-party and multi-candidate basis, conforming to democratic principles. They expressed their opinions on the electoral programme of the candidate and tasks specified in it and called on voters to take an active part in the forthcoming 4 December 2016 elections of President of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

 (Source: UzA)