The improvement of the parliamentary practice of controlling the implementation of laws and monitoring the adoption of bylaws in the years of independence turned the subject of the seminar held in the Legislative Chamber of Oliy Majlis.
The event, organized by the Committee for Democratic Institutions, NGOs and Civil Society, and the Committee on Legislation, Judicial and Legal Affairs, was attended by senators, MPs, representatives of various agencies and organizations.
Chairman of the Committee for Democratic Institutions, NGOs and Civil Society Akmal Saidov noted that under the leadership of President Islam Karimov a large-scale work is carried out on the increase of the role of Parliament in the government system, and the expansion of the control functions of the law-making powers.
An important legal basis for this serves the adopted on April 12 of this year the Law ‘On Parliamentary Control.’ It specifically identified the objects for parliamentary control.
Uzbekistan on the basis of the Constitution carries out democratic reforms aimed at increasing the role and improving the activity of the parliament, strengthening the powers and supervisory functions of the legislature.
At the seminar, the participants expressed their views and proposals for the further improvement of legislation and law enforcement practice in the area of parliamentary control.