Uzbekistan plans to introduces amendments to Constitution
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) --
Uzbekistan is planning to introduce changes and amendments to some articles of the Constitution of the country.
Faction of political parties in Legislative Chamber of Oliy Majlis of Uzbekistan and MPs Group of Economic Movement of Uzbekistan considered the draft law “On introduction of changes and amendments to some articles of the Constitution of Uzbekistan (32, 78, 93, 98, 103 and 117)”.
In particular, the amendments introduced to the Constitution is directed at forming single system of ensuring parliament and public control over executive power, expanding rights of local representative bodies in the places, Adolat Party’s press service said.
The changes to the Constitution will set institute of public and citizen control, which is important to ensure effective feedback system with the government and determine mood of people and their relations to reforms in Uzbekistan, UzLiDeP said.
The draft law also introduces changes, which stipulate to transfer part of authorities of the President to Prime Minister, increase rights and obligations of the Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan.
The document also will set democratic order of forming Central Election Commission and principles of its operation. This will be another step to strengthen constitutional rights of the citizens to be elected and elect.