The regional deputy receives voters in his constituency

27.07.2022, 11:23

The regional deputy receives voters in his constituency

Elected to the deputies of Samarkand Regional Council of People’s Deputies from UzLiDeP, Anvar Murodov, as a trustee of the people, actively participates in the timely study of problems of the population and ensuring their solution.

First, the people’s representative explained to the activists of the citizens’ assembly of Ulus mahalla of Nurabad district the essence and content of the Constitutional draft law “On introducing amendments and addenda to the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan”.

In particular, according to the content and essence of our Basic Law, such principles as “person – society – state”, “New Uzbekistan – social state”, enshrined as a constitutional rule, put above all the honor and dignity of a person, the organization of high-quality and qualified medical services, the development of education, the strengthening of social protection, the provision and payment of decent working conditions, the priority of ecology and environmental protection, the protection of private property, the improvement of the business and investment environment, the fight against corruption, which are becoming important in our life.

Deputy Anvar Murodov visited the citizens’ assembly of Ulus mahalla in his constituency, where he got acquainted with the activities of the chairman and women activists who started working in the mahalla system. The mahalla representatives studied the lists of low-income families and disabled people who lost their breadwinner.

During the study, the deputy studied in detail the problems of young people who are not provided with employment, as well as representatives of families in need of support, to solve these problems, deputy requests were sent to the relevant organizations on the same day and their implementation was taken under control.

Yakhongir Khujamkulov,

Department Head of

Samarkand Regional Council of UzLiDeP

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