News ID: 322612
Published: 0708 GMT June 29, 2022

Constitutional Reform - the beginning of a new period in the development of Uzbekistan

Constitutional Reform - the beginning of a new period in the development of Uzbekistan

As you know, from June 25 to July 5 this year, a public discussion of the draft Constitutional Law "On amendments and additions to the current Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan" is taking place in Uzbekistan.

The Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan (the country's parliament) adopted draft constitutional laws in the first reading and merged into a single draft Constitutional Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan "On Amendments and Additions to the Constitution."

The draft Constitutional Law provides for more than 200 amendments to 64 articles of the Basic Law of Uzbekistan. In addition, 6 new articles are introduced, which introduce 16 new norms.

Most of them, in essence and significance, are aimed at consolidating as a constitutional norm the principles of "man - society - state", "New Uzbekistan - social state", building a humane state, strengthening the protection of human rights and social protection, full ensuring the rights and interests of young people.

It should be noted that the initiator of the constitutional reform in Uzbekistan is the people of the country. But his ideological inspirer, without a doubt, is President Shavkat Mirziyoyev. The constitutional reform is based on systematic and dynamic comprehensive reforms and is considered their peculiar result, one of the democratic indicators.

To date, over 60 thousand proposals have been received from the population, in particular from teachers, entrepreneurs, farmers, civil society institutions and national cultural centers and political parties, on the implementation of the constitutional reform, an electronic portal specially created under the country's parliament. These proposals cover all spheres of the life of society and the state, including the socio-economic, political, legal, cultural and spiritual spheres and others.

The Constitutional Commission for the formation of proposals for amendments and additions to the Constitution is open and transparent. Considers proposals based on an in-depth study of advanced international experience in the development of constitutionalism. No suggestion or argument should go unnoticed. They are carefully analyzed from the point of view of practical benefits for the development of society and the state.

The main goal of large-scale constitutional reforms carried out in New Uzbekistan is to ensure the rights and freedoms of the population and, ultimately, improve their lives, apply the principle of social justice.

The constitutional reform in Uzbekistan testifies to the beginning of a new period of development in the history of this country. The most important directions of this new era are reflected in the fact that state and governing bodies, their leaders should henceforth conduct their activities on the basis of the noble principle “for the dignity of man”, to build a just society and a welfare state, ensuring a prosperous life for the population.

In a word, the constitutional reforms launched in Uzbekistan reflect the pressing issues of citizens, society and the state. They reveal the problems that have worried people for many years.



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