New Delhi, April 30 -- Historic Day for the people of Uzbekistan to adopt new constitutional reforms.

Polling also being held across all Uzbek Foreign Mission around the world

International Observers from many countries overseeing referendum.

By Ameya Sathaye

Samarkand, April 30 The constitutional reforms aims at bringing more transparency and promises human rights reforms.

The current reforms also aims at abolishing capital punishment and boosting legal protection for citizens. The results of the referendum is expected to be announced on Monday.

The present Constitution which existed since 1992 and with Uzbekistan President Shavkat Mirziyoyev getting elected in year 2016 has steadily moved along the path of large-scale reforms aime...