Emomali Rahmon won presidential elections in Tajikistan with 90% of votes
12 October , 09:07
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The Central Election Commission of Tajikistan announced the results of the presidential elections in the republic. The head of the country since 1994, Emomali Rahmon, retained his post, gaining 90.9% of the vote. To win, candidates need to gain at least 50% of the vote.

The elections were held on October 11. The CEC recognized them as valid. According to the commission, the turnout was 85.39%. In 2013 - in the previous presidential elections - 86.64% came to the polls.