The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), the participating countries and institutions of the Organization have familiarized with an official document, dedicated to international cooperation of Uzbekistan in the sphere of training of lawyers.
It informs about the Tashkent International Conference “Improving the system of retraining and vocational training of judicial personnel: international practice and experience of Uzbekistan”.
A common document informs that Uzbekistan has created an effective legal system, which ensures the rule of law, protection of human rights and interests. The judiciary is increasingly being strengthened as a result of reforms in accordance with President Islam Karimov put forward the Concept of further deepening democratic reforms and formation of civil society in the country.
It is noted that the country has carried out extensive work to strengthen legal education and enlightenment. The presidential Decree on the organizational measures for further improvement of the activity of the courts of November 30, 2012 and the Decree of the President of our country “On measures to further improve the system of judicial training” of June 28, 2013 serve as an important guide in such a work.
The document stresses that positive results achieved by the republic in this field are widely recognized by the international community. The introduction of modern information and communication technologies in the activity of the courts, the application of advanced methods of distance education improves this work.
The material reports that Judicial Training Center under the Ministry of Justice of Uzbekistan plays an important role in retraining and vocational training of legal personnel. Every year more than 2 thousand specialists of the judicial system improve their knowledge and skills here.
With regard to the conducted conference it is reported that issues of promotion of the best practices in the sphere, further expansion of international cooperation of the Republic, introduction of information and communication technologies in legal procedure have been discussed, as well as organizing online training courses.