Month May 2024

Can the principle of the active role of the court ensure genuine equality of the parties to administrative proceedings?

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Tolib Rakhmonov Image source: Introduction In 2023, the principle of the active role of the court replaced the principle of competitiveness and equality of the parties. Since the active role of the court is a new principle, there is a… Continue Reading →

Distinguishing the crime of fraud from the debt relationships

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Bakhromjon Mukhammadiyev Image source: 1. Introduction In practice, there are several difficulties in distinguishing the crime of fraud from debt relations. The crime of fraud is committed in various forms; one of them is committed under the guise of… Continue Reading →

How effective are Uzbekistan’s efforts on implementing an asset declaration system for public officials: is it a crucial tool or a “paper tiger”?

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Abdulaziz Janturaev Image source: Uzbekistan has made significant strides in recent years to combat corruption and promote transparency in the public sector. The National Strategy for 2023-2024 state program on combating corruption defines existing anti-corruption problems and priorities for… Continue Reading →

Charging Forward: Assessing Market Freedom and Electric Vehicle Import Challenges in Uzbekistan

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Abdulaziz Janturaev Image source: On the road to economic transformation, Uzbekistan seeks to create a free market to navigate the global transition to electric vehicles (EVs). As the country seeks to support local entrepreneurs, attract foreign investment, and promote… Continue Reading →

Enhancing Uzbekistan’s Readiness for International Commercial Arbitration: A Comprehensive Approach

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Abdulaziz Janturaev Image source: In the era of globalization and expanding cross-border trade, alternative dispute resolution, in particular international commercial arbitration (ICA), is becoming a crucial tool for resolving commercial disputes. While many developed countries, such as Singapore and… Continue Reading →

From Paper to Practice: Bridging the Gap in Accessibility Legislation for Persons with Disabilities in Uzbekistan

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Farangiz Bakhtiyorova Image source: 1. Introduction The World Health Organization reports that globally, about 1.3 billion people, constituting 16% of the world’s population, live with some form of disability, with 80% of them residing in developing countries. In Uzbekistan,… Continue Reading →

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