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On November 7, at the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, a round table entitled "Human Rights" dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the Constitution was held.
The event was organized by the “Foreign Languages” department and held in English. The participants of the 2nd course of the Academy acted as experts. They took part with their speeches and gave a comparative analysis of the constitutional provisions on human rights in developed and developing countries.
In particular, the norms of social guarantees adopted in accordance with our Constitution have been compared with the normative legal practice in the USA, Canada, India, Thailand and China.
The participants of the roundtable also considered the difficult and important stage of the creation of the Basic Law, noting that the Constitution of Uzbekistan is the result of our country's long-term aspirations for independence.
As a result of this event, the participants agreed that the Constitution contains universal values and international standards that have been tested in history.
At the same time, it was noted that our Constitution is based on the historical experience of the most developed countries and does not go beyond the blind copying of the finished constitution of any state, but incorporates the most advanced foreign constitutional experience.
Thus, it was stressed that the ideals and norms of the Constitution are based on the deep historical roots of the Uzbek people and include the centuries-old experience and spiritual values and legacy of our great ancestors as the basis of our development.