Uzbekistan names first deputy state adviser
Tashkent, Uzbekistan, Jan. 6
By Demir Azizov – Trend:
Ruslanbek Davletov has been appointed Uzbekistan’s first deputy state adviser on control and coordination of work with appeals of individuals and legal entities.
Davletov, who previously served as the first deputy justice minister, has been appointed to his new position under the decree of the country’s President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, said a message posted on the Justice Ministry’s website Jan. 6.
As it was reported earlier, President Mirziyoyev has determined the development of a permanent dialogue with the population, studying and implementation of its legitimate demands, requests and suggestions as the priority of Uzbekistan’s leadership.
Reception centers will be created for people in every district and city of Uzbekistan for unimpeded appeals of citizens to the heads of all-level state structures, prosecutor offices and others.
Moreover, heads of ministries and departments have to provide virtual reception opportunities for appeals of individuals and legal entities.