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10:30, 16 October 2017

If the election results won't be disputed, inauguration must take place before December 4

AKIPRESS.COM - Central Election Commission (CEC) continues updating the Oct.15 presidential election results. Sooronbai Jeenbekov, former Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan and Osh region governor, won 52.76% of the votes as of 9:47 am Oct.16, securing 72.05% in his native Osh region.

According to the constitutional law on presidential and parliamentary elections of Kyrgyzstan, the CEC must publish results of the vote lo later than 20 days from the day of vote (before November 4). In case the vote results are disputed, tallying must be postponed until the end of proceedings. 

President-elect is the candidate that won more than half of the votes in the first round. 

If the election results are not disputed, the president-elect must carry out inauguration and be sworn in as a president within 30 days from the day of publishing final results (before December 4). 

The president-elect is sworn is in state language.

CEC disseminates official results of the presidential election within 3 days.

Then the election authority registers the winner as the president-elect and hands over a certificate, insignia - a breastplate and a flag with president-elect's surname, name and patronymic and dates of the term of office.


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