on Role of Its Constitution
"Our Constitution Has Changed for Better," Argues Uzbek Ambassador to Seoul Botirjon Asadov
Director Eom Gu-Ho of Hanyang Universiy's Asia-Pacific Research Center.Earlier on Oct. 20, 2015 Director Eom hosted a symposium on the campus of his university regarding the Central Asian country's experience on social tasks.The event was participated by the high-ranking Uzbekistan's delegation headed by Deputy Chairwoman Svetlana Artikova of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis (Parliament) of the Republic of Uzbekistan.Prior to the main discussion the basic introduction of the roundtable topic was explained by the Uzbek envoy on "the Role of the Constitution in Strengthening Uzbekistan Independence.""Our Constitution has changed for the better over the past years," the Uzbek envoy argued. "Our Constitution has adopted basic principles including human rights according to the international standards""Uzbekistan can grow its economy based on the stable social and politital situation created by its Constiution," a participant was quoted as saying. "National security is an important thing"The other partipant pointed out that South Korea made an economic miralce during the late President Park Chung-Hee."The annual economic growth rate of 8 percent of Uzebekistan can be compared with that of South Korea, which recorded an average of over 10 percent during rapid industrialization," he commendte. "Fast economic growth of South Korea can be a good example for Uzbekistan"Othe participants touched up their first-hand experience of visiting Parliamentary Elections in Uzbekistan. They were largely positive about the Uzbek election process and some said they were impressed by the social and political system.The discussion among the participants took an hour or so before the luncheon.Two scholars from National Assembly also took part in the roundtable. They were Director Yoo Eui-Jung of National Assembly Research Center, and Research Officer Kim Seon-Hwa of National Assembly Research Center.Four other university professors invited to the roundtable were Prof. Jeon Dae-Wan of Keimyung University, Prof. Lee Sang-Joon of Kookmin University, Prof. Lee Young-Jo of KyungHee University, and Prof. Kim Seong-Jin of Duksung Womens University.From the Uzbekistan Embassy Political Counsellor Bakhtiyor Ibragimov, 2nd. Sec. Shakhzod Kurbanov, and 3rd Sec. Sador Sadikov, as well as the envoy, joined the roundtable.For details or inquiries please contact the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Seoul at 02-574-6554.
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