On September 12-13, 2017, the GIZ Component of the Project "Promotion of the Rule of Law in the Kyrgyz Republic", co-financed by the European Union, and the GIZ Regional Program "Promotion of the Rule of Law in Central Asia" in cooperation with the Training Centre for Advocates, conducted a two-day training of trainers on the Law of the Kyrgyz Republic "On the Basics of Administrative Activities and Administrative Procedures" for 25 advocates from Bishkek and Chui region, who have coaching skills and experience in teaching. The main goal of the training is to train coaches-advocates, so that later they independently conduct trainings for their colleagues on the practical application of the norms of the new law.
At the training, the following trainers act as trainers: Ms. Aijan Kadyrova, advocate, GIZ expert and Mr. Johann Weber, retired judge from Berlin, Germany.
This series of trainings is conducted using a comprehensive theoretical and practical training module developed with the support of the EU Project and the GIZ Program by a qualified group of experts. Moreover, in addition to regular comprehensive training materials - a full text of the law, a guide to the practical application of the law, an information brochure, and a CD containing audio and video clips, all participants will additionally receive several templates of administrative acts explaining and describing its structure and content. The project hopes that this approach will contribute to a better understanding and implementation of this complex and important legislation by the participants of trainings.
This law establishes uniform and basic principles, rules and procedures for the activities of state bodies and local self-government bodies in relations with citizens and organizations. Previously, each state body considered applications of citizens according to its rules and procedures in the absence of unified approaches to the consideration of such applications. This situation created difficulties for citizens when applying to state bodies, since citizens did not always know what rules and procedures the state body is working on. Now, with the entry into force of the new Law, any state body is obliged to act under uniform rules and procedures.