A number of issues are planned to be considered at the plenary session.
On July 29, 2020, a meeting of the Senate Council of Oliy Majlis was held in a videoconference format. It was chaired by the Speaker of the Upper House of Parliament Tanzila Narbayeva.
According to the Senate information service, the meeting decided to convene the sixth plenary session of the Senate of Oliy Majlis on August 7, 2020.
A number of issues will be discussed at the plenary session.
In particular, the agenda will include the following laws: “On education”, “On employment of the population”, “On amendments and additions to the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan on combating human trafficking”, “On the administrative-territorial structure of the Republic of Uzbekistan”, “On amendments and addenda to the law of the Republic of Uzbekistan on the protection of agricultural plants from pests, diseases and weeds”.
In addition, it envisages discussion of the following laws: “On amendments and additions to some legislative acts of the Republic of Uzbekistan in connection with the further improvement of legislative and parliamentary control processes”, “On amendments and additions to some legislative acts of the Republic of Uzbekistan in connection with the improvement of military service of citizens”, “On amendments and addenda to the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan on private employment agencies”.
Moreover, the report of the Cabinet of Ministers on the implementation of the State Program “Year of Science, Enlightenment and Digital Economy” in the first half of 2020, as well as the reports of the Minister of Internal Affairs, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Minister of Employment and Labor Relations will be considered.
At the same time, the issue of sending parliamentary inquiries to the Cabinet of Ministers on measures to ensure the protection of the rights of citizens temporarily working in the Russian Federation, the problems in attracting the population, especially youth, to physical culture and sports will be discussed. Also, the Prosecutor General’s Office, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the State Security Service will be sent parliamentary inquires on the status of crimes such as torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.