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- Experience of CSTO PA Model Act Implementation Into the Kyrgyz Legal System Discussed in St Petersburg
Today, on October 18, a meeting was held in St Petersburg between Alisher Erbaev, deputy of the Jogorku Kenesh of the Kyrgyz Republic; Sergei Pospelov, Executive Secretary of the CSTO Parliamentary Assembly’ and Anatoly Vyborny, Chairman of the Expert Advisory Board under the CSTO PA Council and deputy Chairman of the Russian State Duma Committee on Security and Corruption Control.
The Kyrgyz parliamentarian shared his experience of introducing CSTO PA’s model laws and recommendations into the national legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic.
“When preparing new laws and amending the existing legislation of Kyrgyzstan, the model acts and recommendations adopted by the CSTO Parliamentary Assembly are very much in demand. At the same time, in some areas the legislation of our Republic is at the forefront of many processes and can be a reference point for the CSTO parliaments,” Alisher Erbaev emphasized.
Anatoly Vyborny, Chairman of the Expert Advisory Board under the CSTO PA Council, proposed to submit the proposals of his Kyrgyz colleague for discussion at the meetings of the CSTO PA standing commissions.
The CSTO PA Executive Secretary noted the importance of cooperation between Kyrgyzstan and Russia in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Collective Security Treaty Organization.
“The deep involvement and concrete proposals of Kyrgyz lawmakers regarding model acts is very important for the CSTO PA. We are determined to continue active cooperation and will consistently expand work in field of legislative harmonization with Kyrgyz experts,” Sergei Pospelov said.
Alisher Erbayev noted that it was important that these laws were aimed at addressing a wide range of security issues, including such important areas as counter-terrorism and biological security.
The Jogorku Kenesh deputy conducted an in-depth analysis of a number of documents that will be discussed at the meetings of the CSTO PA standing commissions tomorrow, on October 19.