KYRGYZ PORTAL: “THE PRINCIPLE “FROM A STRONG STATE TO A STRONG CIVIL SOCIETY” HAS BEEN DEVELOPED AND SUCCESSFULLY IMPLEMENTED IN UZBEKISTAN”

posted 15 Dec 2015, 04:30 by Webmaster Ambasciata

The website of the Information and Analytical Agency Svoboda.kg published an article devoted to the Tashkent International Conference “Actual issues of social partnership between State bodies and civil society to ensure protection of the rights and legitimate interests of the population”.

The article notes that Uzbekistan has developed and successfully implemented the principle “From a strong state to a strong civil society”. “Its essence is the expanding of NGOs’ role and their functions in protecting people’s constitutional rights and freedoms, ensuring popular participation in management and organization of not only their life, but the whole society”, - noted Svoboda.kg.

As the agency pointed out, conducted reforms in Uzbekistan are aimed at ensuring the necessary conditions of life and possessing worthy place in the world community. An important step is the legislative strengthening of social partnership’s mechanisms in the sphere.

The source informs that in the course of the event, participants discussed the role of The Concept of Further Deepening the Democratic Reforms and Establishing the Civil Society in the Country, adopted by Parliament in November 2010, in the revitalization and expansion of NGOs’ activities, their authority in the management of society and state affairs. It is noted that important laws “On Environmental Control”, “On the openness of public authorities and management”, “On social partnership” and other legislative acts, which have great importance in the dynamic development of civil society, were adopted on based of the Concept for the last five years.

Svoboda.kg reported that recommendations and proposals, aimed at the further development of social partnership between State bodies and civil society institutes to ensure protection of the rights and legitimate interests of the population, were developed as the results of the Conference

IA “Jahon”

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