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Structure of the Women’s Committee of Uzbekistan

 

Women’s Committee of Uzbekistan was established at Termiz Women Conference on 27 December 1991 and founded by the will of women of Uzbekistan as a public association, a self-governing non-governmental and non-commercial organization. On 2 March 1995, President Decree #1084 on ‘The measures on enhancing women’s role in state and social construction of the Republic of Uzbekistan’ was announced. The Decree embarked the structure development of women’s committees on a new stage and created broader conditions to enhance women’s lives.

 

Based on the Decree, the Chairwoman of the Women’s Committee of Uzbekistan is entitled to be a Deputy Prime Minister, the Chairwoman of the Women’s Committee of the Republic of Karakalpakstan is entitled to be a Deputy Chairperson of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Karakalpakstan, in its turn, the chairwomen of the Women’s Committees of Tashkent city and regions as well as districts are entitled to be a Deputy Governors and Mayors.

 

On 25 May 2004, President Decree #3434 on ‘The additional measures on supporting the activity of the Women’s Committee of Uzbekistan’ was announced. Permanent governmental commission to monitor the implementation of the Decree was established.

Women’s Committee of Uzbekistan was established at Termiz Women Conference on 27 December 1991 and founded by the will of women of Uzbekistan as a public association, a self-governing non-governmental and non-commercial organization. On 2 March 1995, President Decree #1084 on ‘The measures on enhancing women’s role in state and social construction of the Republic of Uzbekistan’ was announced. The Decree embarked the structure development of women’s committees on a new stage and created broader conditions to enhance women’s lives.

 

Based on the Decree, the Chairwoman of the Women’s Committee of Uzbekistan is entitled to be a Deputy Prime Minister, the Chairwoman of the Women’s Committee of the Republic of Karakalpakstan is entitled to be a Deputy Chairperson of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Karakalpakstan, in its turn, the chairwomen of the Women’s Committees of Tashkent city and regions as well as districts are entitled to be a Deputy Governors and Mayors.

 

On 25 May 2004, President Decree #3434 on ‘The additional measures on supporting the activity of the Women’s Committee of Uzbekistan’ was announced. Permanent governmental commission to monitor the implementation of the Decree was established.

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