On December 18, the Tashkent city appellate court completed hearing the appeal of the Antimonopoly Committee against the decision of the Tashkent city administrative court of October 30, 2020. The court’s decision on the case was announced, Kun.uz correspondent reports.
According to the court ruling, the decision of the Tashkent city administrative court of October 30 this year and the private ruling were upheld. The appeal of the Antimonopoly Committee was rejected.
The judge said that the decision on the appeal took into account, first of all, the fact that the pricing policy of UzAuto Motors is regulated by separate decisions of the head of state and government, including confidential documents.
“Such normative-legal documents actually exist. The reason why they were not presented in court is that they are confidential. The jury came to this conclusion after reviewing these documents, as it has the appropriate permission. In addition, the documents the Antimonopoly Committee used to conduct public audits (Government Resolutions No. 239, No. 249 and No. 54) contradict other relevant decisions of the government and the head of state. After comparing the documents, the eligibility of the committee to conduct an audit against the JSC was questioned,” the judge said.
The judge said the procedural error and omissions made by the trial court were not gross errors.
“They are in fact technical errors and do not affect the content of the court’s decision,” the judge added.
For information, on December 11, the Tashkent city appellate court began hearing the appeal of the Antimonopoly Committee against the decision of the Tashkent city administrative court of October 30, 2020, and the ruling based on it.