Uzbekistani constitutional referendum, 2002

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A constitutional referendum was held in Uzbekistan on 27 January 2002. Voters were asked two questions; one on extending the presidential term from five to seven years, and a second on introducing a bicameral parliament. Both were approved by voters, the former by 91%.[1] Voter turnout was reported to be 92%.[2]


Presidential term extension[edit]

Choice Votes %
For 91
Against 9
Invalid/blank votes -
Total 100
Source: Freedom House