The conference was attended by leading experts in the field of national legislation and international law, in particular, professors and teachers of Tashkent State University of Law, the Academy of Public Administration, representatives of General Prosecutor's Office of the Republic of Uzbekistan, doctoral students and students.
During the scientific and practical conference, reports of industry specialists were heard.
The conference discussed the history, present and future of the Constitution, the changes made and its content.
It was noted that the ideas and norms of the Constitution of Uzbekistan reflect the centuries-old experience and spiritual values of our people, its rich historical and legal heritage.
The Constitution, also, contains the universally recognized norms of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, advanced experience in the field of the constitutional system tested in developed democratic countries of the world, as well as norms of other international documents on ensuring human rights, interests and freedoms.
With the adoption of the Constitution, a specific legal system has been created in our country that regulates relations in all areas of the social and state system, in all areas of our national legislation.
At the scientific and practical conference, topical issues of constitutional law in the context of the formation of digital law, the role of the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the legal reforms of the new Uzbekistan, increasing the role of prosecutors in ensuring constitutional rights and freedoms were discussed.
In conclusion, the participants developed recommendations for further improving the provision of constitutional rights in the new Uzbekistan, deepening international cooperation in this area.