Inclusive and Democratic Governance
  • Handbook ‘Judicial Practice in Civil Courts’ Published

    According to the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated July 13, 2018 ‘On measures to further improve the judicial system and strengthen public trust in courts’, quarterly briefings are to be conducted by regional court chairpersons, and the results of appellate and cassation appeals shall be published quarterly.

  • Informing citizens about the rules and legal surrounding inheritance will hopefully strengthen families and communities, while also reducing pressures on judges and legal professionals.

  • The handbook consists of two parts and is aimed at full coverage of the process of mid-term budget formation. The first part provides a theoretical description of the system and structure of the budget of the Republic of Uzbekistan. In the second part, the processes of mid-term budget formation are highlighted. As part of the preparation of the handbook, experts conducted a survey among staff of budget-financed organizations in the Namangan city.

  • This manual contains theory as well practical recommendations for consideration of labour disputes. There are some important circumstances listed in the manual, which need to be taken into account while considering labour disputes, along with the examples of judicial decisions on commonly encountered disputes.

  • The ‘Rule of Law Partnership in Uzbekistan’ project, undertaken in partnership between USAID, UNDP and the Supreme Court of the Republic of Uzbekistan, has sought to make inheritance law simple to understand. It has developed two accessible publications: the practical ‘Inheritance Law’ handbook, and the ‘Inheritance Law in Uzbekistan’ brochure.

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