The mass media is the most important institution of a democratic society and in Uzbekistan over…
Expanding the Geography of Foreign Relations in the Development Strategy of New Uzbekistan as a Priority Objective
The results of consistent reforms implemented in the country in the framework of the Strategy of…
The period for nationwide discussion of the draft Constitutional Law has been extended in Uzbekistan
First, the deputies considered the issue of a nationwide discussion of the draft Constitutional Law “On…
Bosnian Serb leader announces that he will oppose any reforms that would change the Dayton Constitution ￼
BiH Presidency member Milorad Dodik announced today that he will oppose any reforms that would change…
Voters in Kazakhstan approved a referendum early Monday to overhaul the country’s constitution through reforms that…
Chinese President Xi Jinping addresses the conference marking the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade’s…
Ensuring women empowerment in public service is one of the main objectives of Uzbekistan’s reforms
At present, the constitutions of many countries stipulate equal rights for men and women, but there are still many states that are not even ready to declare women empowerment.
On eve of World Justice Day, experts recall that Indian justice system moving at snail’s pace has backlog of 40 million cases.