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Empowering NPOs: Overcoming Legal Challenges for Civil Society in Uzbekistan

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Farangiz Bakhtiyorova Image source: www.flexiblesites.com Introduction Non-government non-profit organizations (shortly known as NPOs) were officially recognized as such in Article 71 of the UN Charter. These organizations, whether working on a broad scale or locally, are instrumental in encouraging social… Continue Reading →

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: www.norma.uz 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: www.siasat.com 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: www.coe.int 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: www.kun.uz 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: www.bnblegal.com 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: www.thenews.com.pk 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 →

Interplay Between Tax and Competition Law vis-à-vis Yandex Go’s Pricing Strategies

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Abdulaziz Janturaev Image source: www.spot.uz The recent developments surrounding Yandex Go’s operations in Uzbekistan, particularly the company’s shift in tax residency and subsequent adjustments to service fees, warrant a critical examination through the lenses of both tax and competition law…. Continue Reading →

To what extent is citizens’ access to constitutional justice ensured?

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Tolib Rakhmonov Image source: www.konstsud.uz Introduction As in many democratic countries, state power in Uzbekistan is based on the principle of separation of powers into legislative, executive, and judicial. The judiciary, being independent, has a complex structure. The Constitutional Court… Continue Reading →

Problems surrounding the loan agreements and debt recovery in Uzbekistan

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Bakhromjon Mukhammadiyev Image source: www.legalzoom.com 1. Introduction The analysis of statistical data on cases related to debt collection shows that the number of conflicts in this category in court practice is increasing year by year. For example, in 2020, the… Continue Reading →

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