2019–20 Uzbek parliamentary election
Parliamentary elections were held in Uzbekistan on 22 December 2019, with a second round in 25 of the 150 constituencies on 5 January 2020. They were the first elections to be held after the death of Islam Karimov in 2016. The ruling Uzbekistan Liberal Democratic Party remained the largest party in the Legislative Chamber, winning 53 of the 150 seats. All five parties contesting the elections were regarded as loyal to President Shavkat Mirziyoyev.
150 seats in the Legislative Chamber
126 seats needed for a majority
|Turnout||71.1% (first round)|
62.8% (second round)
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
The 150 members of the Legislative Chamber were elected from single member constituencies using the two-round system. A second round was also held in constituencies where voter turnout was less than 33%.
A total of 744 candidates contested the 150 seats, representing five parties viewed as loyal to the president. The opposition Erk Democratic Party was banned, with its leader Muhammad Salih remaining in exile.
In the second round, the 50 candidates contesting the 25 remaining seats included 15 from the Uzbekistan Liberal Democratic Party, 11 from the Uzbekistan National Revival Democratic Party, 10 from the Justice Social Democratic Party, 9 from the People's Democratic Party of Uzbekistan and five from the Ecological Movement.
|Party||First round||Second round||Total
|Uzbekistan Liberal Democratic Party||42||11||53||+1|
|Uzbekistan National Revival Democratic Party||34||2||36||0|
|Justice Social Democratic Party||20||4||24||+4|
|People's Democratic Party of Uzbekistan||18||4||22||–5|
|Source: CEC, CEC, CEC|
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