CEC announces preliminary results of presidential election: Ilham Aliyev gains 86 percent of votes
- 11 April 2018
The Central Election Commission (CEC) of Azerbaijan has announced preliminary results of the April 11 presidential election, with incumbent President Ilham Aliyev gaining 86% of the votes.
Speaking at a press conference on results of the voting, CEC chairman Mazahir Panahov said the commission received protocols from 5201 polling stations.
“92 percent or 5,201 of 5,641 polling stations have presented their reports and 3,723,278 bulletins have been counted,” said Chairman of the Central Election Commission (CEC) Mazahir Panahov in an event dedicated to results of the presidential election
Head of the Central Election Commission Mezahir Penahov announced that 86 percent of voters cast ballots for Ilham Aliyev.
“Chairman of the Popular Front Party of Whole Azerbaijan Gudrat Hasanguliyev has garnered 3.04 percent of votes, self-nominee Zahid Oruj – 3.11 percent, Chairman of Azerbaijan Democratic Party Sardar Jalaloglu – 3.02 percent, Chairman of Modern Musavat Party Hafiz Hajiyev – 1.51 percent, Chairman of Azerbaijan Social Democratic Party Araz Alizada – 1.39 percent, Chairman of National Revival Movement Party Faraj Guliyev - 1.18 percent, Razi Nurullayev, nominated by Frontists Initiative Group – 0.75 percent,” he said.
The CEC head added that the exact results will be announced after receiving bulletins from some polling stations.
CEC chairman Mazahir Panahov has announced preliminary results of the presidential election in Azerbaijan, APA reports.
The preliminary results of the elections as follows:
Ilham Aliyev – 86,09 percent
Gudrat Hasanguliyev – 3,4 percent
Sardar Jalaloglu - 2,97 percent
Zahid Oruj - 3, 07 percent
Hafiz Hajiyev - 1,51 percent
Araz Alizade - 1,4 percent
Faraj Guliyev - 1,18 faiz
Razi Nurullayev 0, 74 percent