Azerbaijani embassy in Turkmenistan airs presidential election’s voter turnout

Ninety-five percent of Azerbaijani citizens who were registered at the country’s embassy in Turkmenistan participated in the extraordinary presidential election, Trend was informed by an embassy source.

Polling station No. 48 was set up at the diplomatic mission in relation to the election.

Voter turnout was high among Azerbaijani nationals visiting Turkmenistan for business or temporary residence.

Azerbaijan held an extraordinary presidential election on February 7. There were seven contenders for the position.

After 93.35 percent of the votes were processed, Ilham Aliyev led in the presidential election in Azerbaijan, according to the Central Election Commission (CEC) of Azerbaijan.

As for the other candidates, Elshad Musayev received 0.67 percent, Gudrat Hasanguliyev received 1.76 percent, Fuad Aliyev received 0.53 percent, Zahid Oruj received 2.19 percent, Razi Nurullayev received 0.8 percent, and Fazil Mustafa received two percent.

Results from the Citizens’ Labor Rights Protection League and the US-based Oracle Advisory Group show that 93.9 percent of voters supported Ilham Aliyev.

92.4 percent of voters, according to the Social Research Center, supported Ilham Aliyev.

92.6 percent of voters supported Ilham Aliyev, according to the Ray Monitoring Center’s exit poll results.

The election included 26 polling places in areas of Azerbaijan freed from Armenian occupation, covering the entire nation for the first time in the nation’s history.

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