Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : political parties


Odil Musaev; Rukhsora Ruziyeva; Oynisa Muhammadiyeva; Ulugbek Makhkamov; Etibarkhon Mallaeva

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 370-378

The exercising of public control on government agencies and activities of
officials is one of the necessary conditions for the formation of a democratic state and civil
society. The great attention is to support public control over state power and leaders in
developed countries. This type of control is provided by citizens, civil society structures, in
particular the Mass media. At the same time, citizens can complain about the violation of
their rights and duties by the authorities. The role of control institution will be to protect
citizens from the arbitrariness of officials. The role of such control institution is to protect
citizens from the arbitrariness of officials. In the civil society being built in our country,
state power is controlled by the Constitution and laws, and the state, its agencies and
officials are under the broad public control. Because the state is a “hired servant” of civil
society and is accountable to the people. In particular, the acceleration of liberalization in
all spheres of life, methodology of communication with the public in ensuring public
control over the activities of public authorities in the implementation of laws, the principles
of state agencies sever public for people play important roles.

Ensuring Balance Among Branches of Public Power During the Development of Civil Society in Uzbekistan

Almagul Bayrieva

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 2233-2239

Abstract. The article analyzes the balance of power between sectors of the political system
in Uzbekistan in the context of democratic reforms. This analysis is considered from the
point of view of the development of civil society, and implies a correlation between regional
and central bodies of representative power. In the article, particular attention is drawn to
the value orientations of both government representatives and civil society actors in the
perception of civic activism and civic participation. The article allows us to understand
deeply such institutions as the state, rule of law, and democratic accountability during the