Took place republican symposium with international participation

wednesday 29 may 2019
"Trends in the development of public law in modern Uzbekistan: controver-sial issues of constitutional and administrative law"

The Tashkent State University of Law (TSUL) in cooperation with the Regional Program "Assistance to Legal Statehood in Central Asia" of the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) on May 28-29, 2019 organized a Republican Scientific and Practical Symposium with international participation on the topic: Trends in the development of public law in modern Uzbekistan: controversial issues of constitutional and administrative law "(hereinafter - the Symposium) in the Tashkent State Law University power The topic of the Symposium was focused on discussing constitutional and administrative law issues in the context of current trends in the development of public law in Uzbekistan.

I. Goals and Objectives of the Symposium

The main purpose of the Symposium was the consolidation of academic, scientific and expert communities to conduct scientific and practical discussions of the main problems and key issues related to the actual development of constitutional and administrative law in Uzbekistan. Within the framework of the Symposium, consideration and discussion issues of the development of the national legal system and the implementation of the principles of a democratic state of law are also discussed.

The main objectives of the Symposium were:

- in the exchange of views with representatives of academic, scientific and expert communities, consideration of the fundamental positions of scientists on relevant discussion issues of the development of the theory of the national legal system and the formation of the rule of law,

- determination of priority directions and development of common approaches to the solution of debatable issues of national constitutional and administrative law,

- compilation of opinions, assessments and proposals of the Symposium participants with a view to providing information and analytical support for the process of developing proposals and recommendations on topical issues of legal science and practice, as well as using the results of discussions in the development of relevant scientific and educational materials.

The Symposium was attended by prominent representatives of both legal and historical, economic and political science, academics, practice experts from various fields of public administration of the Republic of Uzbekistan, as well as representatives of the expert community of the Federal Republic of Germany. The work of the Symposium was organized on the basis of thematic sessions in accordance with the program of the event. Following the Symposium, a special collection of materials in Uzbek, Russian and German is planned to be published.