UzLiDeP starts explanatory and outreach activities on the significance of the President’s proposals to improve the Constitution

22.06.2022, 12:48

UzLiDeP starts explanatory and outreach activities on the significance of the President’s proposals to improve the Constitution

A joint meeting of the Executive Committee of the Political Council of UzLiDeP and the faction of the party in the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis was held. The participants of the meeting discussed in detail the urgent tasks of UzLiDeP, emanating from the speech of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev at a meeting with members of the Constitutional Commission dedicated to introducing amendments to the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan and organizational measures.

It is appropriate to note that in reforming the Basic Law, the opinion of the people is taken as a basis, and every proposal is taken into account. In this direction, a working group has been formed in the Executive Committee of the Political Council of UzLiDeP to prepare proposals for improving the Constitution and submit them to the Constitutional Commission. To date, the working group of the party has received more than 4,000 proposals. More than 2,600 of them were submitted to the Constitutional Commission, most of them were taken into account during the discussion in the commission.

At the meeting held yesterday, the Head of the state noted that none of the proposals received should be ignored, the Basic Law should become a perfect document so that every citizen can proudly say “This is my Constitution”. In this important political process, the councils and PPO of UzLiDeP, deputies, activists of the party carry out explanatory, outreach work and collect proposals.

Speakers at the meeting spoke about the four directions outlined by the Head of the state to improve the Constitution and fully supported all the proposals of the President in each direction. It was also noted that many constitutional initiatives were received from the main electorate of the party – entrepreneurs.

“The centuries-old experience of development has shown that without private property, without its reliable guarantee, it is impossible to build a strong state”, the Head of the state said. In this regard, the need was noted for strengthening constitutional guarantees for the protection of private property in the Basic Law. Just as in developed countries, it is necessary to establish a procedure in which the owner cannot be deprived of property without a court decision, without his consent, without fair compensation for its value. At the same time, the time has come to define as a constitutional rule the issue of preventing the revision and cancellation of the results of denationalization and privatization. This will become an important norm for removing barriers to the development of entrepreneurship – the main force for the development of our economy.

It was also noted that proposals to determine the status of the mahalla and the tasks of state bodies to enhance human dignity, improve public administration, will serve to fully implement the principle “In the name of human honor and dignity”.

The implementation of proposals that reflect the interests of the people will become a solid legal basis for the implementation of the priority goals of the Development Strategy of New Uzbekistan. And they will also be important for the full guarantee of the rights and interests of the Liberal Democratic Party of Uzbekistan, its numerous members, entrepreneurs and farmers.

Participants of the meeting noted the full compliance of these proposals with the program goals and objectives of UzLiDeP.

At the joint meeting, specific tasks were outlined for the systematic organization of events to bring the essence and significance of the President’s proposals to improve the Constitution to the general population. This work will be carried out with the participation of members of the party faction in the Legislative Chamber, more than 2,300 deputies of local councils and over 13,000 primary party organizations.

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