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The briefing “Uzbekistan policy on reforming and liberalization of the judicial and legal system” on the Resolution of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov, adopted on 29 June 2006
"On additional measures to prepare legislative and normative-legal acts that are subject to adoption in virtue of abolishment of death penalty in the Republic of Uzbekistan"
(Brussels, July 12, 2006)


Briefing entitled “Uzbekistan policy on reforming and liberalization of the judicial and legal system” took place at the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Brussels on 12 July, 2006.

Representatives of diplomatic corps, members of the European Parliament, experts, journalists took part at the briefing.

The briefing was dedicated to the Resolution of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov "On additional measures to prepare legislative and normative-legal acts that are subject to adoption in virtue of abolishment of death penalty in the Republic of Uzbekistan", which was adopted on 29 June 2006.

It was underlined at the briefing that the present policy of Uzbekistan in sphere of criminal and justice, especially application of a death penalty fully complies with world tendencies and reflects principles of humanism and equity.

The Resolution of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On measures to improve the legislation in the field of liberalizing the criminal punishment and judicial-legal system” authorizes the list of normative-legal acts, which are subject to adoption, amendments and additions in connection with death penalty abolishment and its replacement by life or long term imprisonment. Alongside with this, execution mechanisms of re-entered kinds of criminal punishments are worked out; measures on preparation of law enforcement bodies’ employees and judges are being worked out and realized for realization of justice and law enforcement practice according to the new criminal, criminal procedural legislation.

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