Supreme Assembly (Uzbekistan)

Supreme Assembly
Oliy Majlis / Олий Мажлис
Олий Мажлис / Oliy Mazhlis
5th Supreme Assembly
Houses Senate
Legislative Chamber
Founded February 1995
Nigmatilla Yuldashev
Since 22 January 2015
Nuriddinjon Ismailov
Since 12 January 2015
Seats 250
Senate (100) (84 directly elected and 16 appointed by the president)
Legislative Chamber (150) (135 elected for 5-year terms in single-seat constituencies using the two-round system and 15 selected by Ecological Movement of Uzbekistan)
Senate political groups
Legislative Chamber political groups
Party-list proportional representation
Legislative Chamber last election
21 December 2014 and 4 January 2015
Meeting place
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The Supreme Assembly (Uzbek: Oliy Majlis, Cyrillic Олий Мажлис) is the parliament of Uzbekistan. It succeeded the Supreme Soviet in 1995, and was unicameral until a reform implemented in January 2005 created a second chamber.

The Legislative Chamber has 150 deputies elected from territorial constituencies. The Senate has 100 members, 84 elected from the regions, from the Autonomous Republic of Karakalpakstan and from the capital, Tashkent, and an additional 16 nominated by the President of Uzbekistan.

Both houses have five-year terms.[1]

Office holders

From February 1995 to January 2005, the Chairman of the unicameral Supreme Assembly of Uzbekistan was Erkin Khalilov, who had been Acting Chairman of the Supreme Soviet from 1993 to 1995. Since 2005 the Senate and Legislative Chamber have each had their own presiding officer.

Speaker of the Legislative Chamber

  • Erkin Khalilov (January 27, 2005 – January 23, 2008)
  • Diloram Tashmukhamedova (January 23, 2008 – January 12, 2015)[2]
  • Nuriddinjon Ismailov (since January 12, 2015, Incumbent)[3]

Chairman of the Senate

  • Murat Sharifkhodjayev (January 27, 2005 – February 24, 2006)
  • Ilgizar Sobirov (February 24, 2006 – January 22, 2015)[4]
  • Nigmatilla Yuldashev (since January 22, 2015, Incumbent)[5]

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Coordinates: 41°18′52″N 69°15′55″E / 41.31444°N 69.26528°E / 41.31444; 69.26528

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