Max Say: The Basic Law needs development that will serve to further expand the constitutional rights of citizens

Executive Director and Chief Partnership Officer of KSI Strategic Institute for Asia Pacific Max Say (Malaysia) commented on the ongoing constitutional reform in Uzbekistan:

– The Constitution also needs development in the dynamics of the large-scale and rapid democratic transformations and reforms carried out in Uzbekistan, which, first of all, will serve to further expand the constitutional rights of citizens of the country.

It is gratifying to note that the amendments to the Constitution are based on the principle of “person – society – state” and provide for fundamental changes in all sections of the current Basic Law of Uzbekistan.

I would also like to note the very high level of support from the people of Uzbekistan for the idea of ​​reforming the Constitution, as evidenced by the receipt of more than 50,000 proposals.

Mr. Max Say believes that the upcoming constitutional reforms in Uzbekistan will contribute to the further well-being of the population and the economic development of the country.

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