Law students visited the Zhogorku Kenesh of the Kyrgyz Republic

December 19, 2017

  On December 14, 2017, law students of the International Ala-Too University visited the Zhogorku Kenesh, which is the highest representative body, exercising legislative power and controlling functions within its powers in compliance with the principle of separation of powers. Our group had a lot of questions about how the Zhogorku Kenesh works, and we could see clearly how the meeting is going on, on which committees Zhogorku Kenesh is divided, on what days they examine the drafts of laws for discussion, and how the voting process is going on. We also saw the discussion of various issues concerning the state and the people.
We also learned that the meeting room is equipped with the latest technology, even in some countries parliaments do not have such technologies. We were told interesting facts about the meeting itself, for example: after each speech deputies have a break for 15 minutes, learned how and where the majority and opposition parties sit.
The visit to the Zhogorku Kenesh left very positive emotions, there really is a process of hard and laborious work.

  We would like to express our gratitude to lecturer Zhibek Orozbekova and deputy advisor Adin Baktybek uulu for organizing the visit to the Zhogorku Kenesh of the Kyrgyz Republic.