Uzbek Senate session starts work in Tashkent
Tashkent, Uzbekistan, May 27
By Demir Azizov– Trend:
The tenth session of the Senate (upper house) of the Uzbek Parliament has started its work in Tashkent city, Trend’s correspondent reported from the session.
The agenda of the meeting includes the laws “On Amending Certain Articles of Constitution of Uzbekistan,” “On Constitutional Court of Uzbekistan,” “On Amendments and Additions to Regulations on Class Ranks of Court Workers and Research Center for Democratization and Liberalization of Judicial Legislation and Ensuring Independence of Judicial System under Supreme Court of Uzbekistan.”
The senators will also consider laws on the ratification of a number of international treaties and conventions, including the Strategic Partnership Agreement between Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, signed March 6 in Ashgabat city.
It is also planned to consider other issues within the competence of the Senate at the plenary session.