GRNTI 10.83 Уголовно-исполнительное право. Пенитенциария
The article is devoted to reforms of the Penal legislation in the Republic of Uzbekistan. The goal is to formulate an opinion and an idea about the events taking place in the country among penitentiary scientists in order to formulate proposals for the legislation improving. Methodology is theoretical methods and systems approach. Results are in-depth analysis of the current state of the Penal legislation to determine the development directions and prospects. The conclusion is the need to reform criminal, penal and criminal procedure legislation of Uzbekistan to improve domestic policy and integration into the world community.
resocialization of convicts, humanization of criminal penalties, penal system, introduction of international standards in the penal system.
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