05/28/2021 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 05/27/2021 22:52
Tashkent hosted International Conference on 'The German Doctrine of Administrative Law and the Formation of the Administrative Procedures Institute in Central Asia'.
The forum was organized by the Institute of State and Law of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the National Center for Human Rights of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Regional Program of the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) 'Promotion of Legal Statehood in Central Asia'. This has been reported by the Press Service of the National Center for Human Rights of Uzbekistan.
The participants of the event discussed the importance of comparative legal research in administrative law and support the obligatory scientific analysis in solving practical issues of lawmaking.
Director of the National Center of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Human Rights, Academician Akmal Saidov, Director of the Regional Program 'Promotion of Legal Statehood in Central Asia' of the GIZ Jörg Pudelka, and Director of the Institute of State and Law of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic Uzbekistan Murad Turgunov addressed the event.
Mr. Akmal Saidov noted that the conference is the first international event of the recently created Institute of State and Law. He also emphasized the importance of the conference in the formation of the institution of administrative procedures in the country.
In his speech, Mr. Akmal Saidov informed about the contribution of GIZ to the promotion of rule-making activities in the Republic of Uzbekistan, and proposed to create a Center of German Law at the Institute of State and Law to train specialists in this area and legislative activity.
Thanking for such warm words about the activities of GIZ in Uzbekistan, Mr. Jörg Pudelka noted that Uzbekistan has all the prerequisites for further development of the institution of administrative procedures.
Mr. Murad Turgunov expressed gratitude to GIZ for assistance in holding the event, support not only in the legislative process, but also in the academic, university science of administrative law in the Republic of Uzbekistan.
During the discussions, the conference participants were proposed to form a group of leading CIS specialists in administrative law to monitor the implementation and further improvement of legislation on administrative procedures.
The conference participants supported the proposal.