Thu 11 2015 10:51:53

Tashkent, Uzbekistan ( -- Soon we will celebrate 23rd anniversary of the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Our basic law embodies the principles of democracy and the universally recognized norms of international law, it is the main political and legal document of Uzbekistan. Constitution represents the state, and through it world learns the state and the nation. Those words proved to be true in practice, indicating that today Constitution provides a solid legal framework for the implementation of multifaceted reforms and achieve goals.

Article 53 of the Basic Law stipulates that the private property is inviolable and is protected by the state. The owner can be deprived of the property only in cases and the procedure, provided by the law. That is why in our country are dynamically developing small business and private entrepreneurship, farmers' movement, which are the engine of social development.

It should be noted that in the period 2012-2015 have adopted many laws and legislative acts under the initiative of the President to support for small business and private entrepreneurship, granting them more freedom, eliminating bureaucratic barriers and obstacles to the development of private property and private enterprise.

Along with this, UzLiDeP on the basis of its program objectives, through its deputy associations in the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis and representative local authorities implements concrete measures in this direction to reach the main strategic goal of Uzbekistan to join the ranks of developed democratic states and take its rightful place in the world community.

I would like to highlight that the recently adopted law "On measures to ensure reliable protection of private property, small business and private entrepreneurship, the removal of barriers to their rapid development" has made a number of changes and additions to the Criminal Code, the Tax Code and the Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan on administrative responsibility for the protection of rights and legal interests of business entities, in accordance with which all illegal interference and other offenses against the rights and legitimate interests of business entities will be responsible before the law.

In general, the Constitution is the legislative document to protect the rights and freedoms and the rule of law in all spheres of society. Thanks to this, today Uzbekistan is successfully developing democratic state that respects and protects its cultural heritage.

Nargiz Khalilova, 
Member of UzLiDeP faction 
at the Legislative Chamber of Oliy Majlis of Uzbekistan


+998 71 2815040

14 Bobur street, Yakkasaroy tumani Tashkent, Uzbekistan

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