Vice President of Uzbekistan

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The office of Vice President of Uzbekistan was a political position in Uzbekistan until it was abolished on January 8, 1992.[1]

Name Entered Office Left office
Shukrullo Mirsaidov[2][3] March 1990 January 8, 1992

Article 96 of the Constitution of Uzbekistan states that should the President of the Republic fail to perform his duties due to poor health, confirmed by a certificate of a State Medical Commission formed by the Supreme Assembly of Uzbekistan (Oliy Majlis), an emergency session of the Oliy Majlis shall be held within ten days. The session shall elect an Acting President of the Republic for a term of not more than three months, during which time a presidential election shall be held.[4]