Senators discussed the implementation of laws and law enforcement practice
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- At the twenty-ninth plenary session of the Senate, the results of studying the state of implementation of laws, law enforcement practice and monitoring the adoption of by-laws were discussed.
At the meeting, it was noted that in order to radically improve the quality of legislative activity, the legal support of the ongoing reforms, Senate committees monitored a number of laws.
In particular, the direct effect of some laws is not guaranteed. Reference norms were regulated mainly by by-laws.
The analysis also showed that the norms of individual laws create inconsistencies in practice. Laws need to be reviewed and adopted in a new edition in accordance with the requirements of today.
Thus, it is indicated that the laws do not include basic terms and basic concepts, the specially authorized state body and its powers are not defined, the law and by-laws are not brought into line, some norms repeat each other, there are no norms for the prevention of corruption factors through a wide application of information systems.
At the same time, it was noted that as a result of the monitoring conducted by the Senate committees together with the Institute for Legislation and Parliamentary Studies under the Oliy Majlis and other interested departments and organizations, a number of proposals were developed aimed at improving legislation and eliminating problems encountered in practice.
A resolution of the Senate was adopted, providing for sending recommendations to the Cabinet of Ministers on the development of these laws in a new edition.