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OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Uzbekistan

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Mandatiert seit: 06/06

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Elections to test Uzbekistan's commitment to democratic reform (02.12.2019)

After three years of steady but piecemeal reforms, the government of Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev faces its most demanding test yet -- to persuade the international community through parliamentary and local elections on Dec. 22 that it is truly committed to democratic change.

Uzbek Government says it has unblocked prominent independent websites (11.05.2019)

The head of Uzbekistan's Information and Mass Communication Agency has said that access to a dozen news and human rights websites has been restored in the authoritarian Central Asian country. … Some of the sites had been blocked since 2004.

Long-closed Uzbekistan opens up to the world (25.11.2018)

For the first time in a generation, Tashkent has an outward-looking foreign policy.

Once closed and repressive, Uzbekistan is opening up (25.10.2017)

An unexpected political thaw, called by some the Uzbek Spring, represents some of the first positive political news out of Central Asia in years.

Uzbekistan: reform or repeat? – ICG briefing (06.12.2016)

After 25 years of authoritarian rule, Uzbekistan faces unpredictable neighbours, a jihadi threat and deep socio-economic challenges. New President Shavkat Mirziyoyev has taken small steps toward vital domestic and foreign policy reform, and outside partners should push him to do more to avert real...

Election underscores need for comprehensive reforms, OSCE/ODIHR observers say (05.12.2016)

The 4 December presidential election in Uzbekistan underscored the need for comprehensive reforms to address long-standing procedural and systematic shortcomings, including to a legal framework that is not conducive to holding genuine democratic elections, the election observation mission from the...

OSCE/ODIHR opens observation mission for early presidential election in Uzbekistan (01.11.2016)

[…] The mission is led by Peter Tejler and consists of a core team of 15 experts based in Tashkent and 20 long-term observers to be deployed in teams of two across the country. In addition, ODIHR will request 250 short-term observers to monitor proceedings on election day.

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