The Supreme court of the Republic of Uzbekistan held a meeting with representatives of OSCE/ODIHR Needs Assessment Mission, headed by the head of the Department for elections Alexander Shlyk.
As was noted during the negotiations, over the years of independence Uzbekistan has gained positive experience in democratic elections that meet international electoral standards.
Constant improvement of the electoral legislation is aimed at further strengthening of guarantees of electoral rights of citizens, improving the national practice of the organization of the elections.
The country consistently strengthens the mechanisms for the implementation of the constitutional principle of separation of powers into legislative, executive and judiciary, improves the system of checks and balances, expands the powers and controlling functions of government representatives.
The guests were acquainted with the activity of the Supreme court, including the status and authority of the court, the basic principles of the proceedings and other aspects.
The meeting was held in the spirit of open dialogue and substantive exchange of views.