December 8 – day of adoption of the Main law – Constitution every year celebrated in Uzbekistan as a national holiday. Comprehensively and deeply thought out Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan, adopted exactly 26 years ago on the principles of democracy, through nationwide discussion, has formed and consolidated the legal guarantees of the new […]
December 8 – day of adoption of the Main law – Constitution every year celebrated in Uzbekistan as a national holiday.
Comprehensively and deeply thought out Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan, adopted exactly 26 years ago on the principles of democracy, through nationwide discussion, has formed and consolidated the legal guarantees of the new independent state and society.
The Basic Law is a example of political and legal thinking of Uzbek people. It serves as a legal guarantee so that we lived freely, peacefully, tranquilly and safely, not being inferior to anyone in no way.
Great transformations taking place in Uzbekistan, reforms in various spheres have radically changed the way of life of Uzbek people.
The Strategy of actions on five priority areas of development of the Republic of Uzbekistan in 2017-2021, developed at the initiative of the President, gave a powerful impetus to reforms in all spheres of society.
The ending year confirmed how strong the foundation is the Constitution for the people of Uzbekistan. Its norms have become even more developed in the daily lives of Uzbekistan citizens. In Basic Law, a person, his/her rights, freedoms and interests are determined by the highest value. Most importantly, people have already begun to feel the results of reforms today.
On the eve of this significant date in the ancient city of Samarkand was held the Asian Forum on Human Rights which was dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The forum was attended by representatives of the UN and other international organizations, heads of institutions engaged in human rights protection in the Asian continent, legal scholars and others.
Mohammad Majidi, Secretary General of the Asian Parliamentary Assembly (APA), whose headquarters is located in Tehran also participated in the Asian Human Rights Forum. Within the framework of participation in the event, the APA Secretary General established contacts with representatives of the Oliy Majlis and the Senate of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
As a result of the Asian forum was adopted Samarkand Declaration on human rights, devoted to the prospects for more effective implementation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Sustainable Development Goals, as well as the creation of mechanisms for the formation of a regional human rights protection system in Central Asia.