Not Merely Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion, But Also Elim­i­na­tion

The Uzbek par­lia­men­tar­i­ans have com­pleted their lat­est trip to the re­gions, where they stud­ied the sit­u­a­tion on the ground, ex­am­ined the press­ing is­sues, got fa­mil­iar with the life of the lo­cals.

Uzbekistan Today (English) - - TODAY IN UZBEKISTAN - Igor Ch­ernykh

As deputies and sen­a­tors note, it is im­por­tant not only to iden­tify short­com­ings, but also pro­vide prac­ti­cal as­sis­tance in their elim­i­na­tion.

Among the is­sues that ci­ti­zens most of­ten raised in front of peo­ple’s rep­re­sen­ta­tives were poor qual­ity of util­ity ser­vices, un­der­de­vel­oped in­fra­struc­ture, em­ploy­ment prob­lems.

Thus, the build­ing of a cul­tural cen­ter in the vil­lage of Zarangari, Gi­j­du­van district of the Bukhara re­gion, has been in a de­plorable con­di­tion for many years. Pre­vi­ously, it was con­sid­ered an adorn­ment of the lo­cal com­mu­nity, where peo­ple could re­lax, spend their time freely. Now this build­ing is fall­ing apart. At a meet­ing with law­mak­ers, the busi­ness­man Farhod Ka­ri­mov sug­gested build­ing a new, mod­ern one in place of the old ed­i­fice. The en­tre­pre­neur in­tends to open a pri­vate preschool in­sti­tu­tion for 100 beds, which will cre­ate ad­di­tional con­ve­niences for the lo­cal pop­u­la­tion. The na­tional leg­is­la­tors will pro­vide him with prac­ti­cal as­sis­tance in the implementation of the pro­ject.

Par­tic­u­lar at­ten­tion dur­ing this trip is paid to the sit­u­a­tion in schools, pre-school ed­u­ca­tional in­sti­tu­tions, hospi­tals, ru­ral med­i­cal sta­tions, ma­hal­las. In par­tic­u­lar, the short­com­ings in the heat­ing sys­tem of school No. 26 in this district were re­moved only af­ter the in­ter­ven­tion of deputies and sen­a­tors. With the as­sis­tance of the gas district, they stretched an ad­di­tional 70 me­ters of pipes, which al­lowed the re­turn of heat to the classes. At the ini­tia­tive of par­lia­men­tar­i­ans, the pos­si­bil­ity of build­ing a new build­ing of this ed­u­ca­tional in­sti­tu­tion is now be­ing stud­ied in de­tail.

In Uchkuduk district of Navoi re­gion, mem­bers of the leg­is­la­ture held meet­ings with res­i­dents of ma­hal­las - vis­ited hun­dreds of fam­i­lies, lis­tened to their ap­peals. Ac­cord­ing to the mem­ber of the Leg­isla­tive Cham­ber Za­far Sultonov, un­em­ploy­ment re­mains an ur­gent is­sue for this re­gion, es­pe­cially among young peo­ple. There is no sig­nif­i­cant progress in sup­port­ing the en­tre­pre­neur­ial ini­tia­tives of the pop­u­la­tion. Uchkuduk is rich in raw ma­te­ri­als, but de­spite this, the out­put of fin­ished prod­ucts is low. To find out the rea­sons for this sit­u­a­tion, the par­lia­men­tar­i­ans met with lo­cal busi­ness­men who are en­gaged in salt mines. They are given rec­om­men­da­tions on the pri­mary pro­cess­ing of prod­ucts, its iodiza­tion and pack­ag­ing. Many res­i­dents are in­ter­ested in this busi­ness. To­gether with fi­nan­cial in­sti­tu­tions, a spe­cial pro­gram will be de­vel­oped, the implementation of which will help to solve the is­sue of em­ploy­ment.

A group of deputies who vis­ited the Khanka district of the Khorezm re­gion got ac­quainted with the ac­tiv­ity of preschool in­sti­tu­tions. They drew at­ten­tion to the fact that most of the 30 kinder­gartens in the district need ma­jor re­pairs, high-qual­ity food prod­ucts are not de­liv­ered to the re­quired level, the san­i­tary rules in can­teens are not fully ob­served, and there is a short­age of nec­es­sary medicines.

The par­lia­men­tar­i­ans carried out a crit­i­cal anal­y­sis of the ex­ist­ing prob­lems, pre­pared rec­om­men­da­tions for the heads of rel­e­vant or­ga­ni­za­tions, as well as pro­pos­als for the so­cio-eco­nomic devel­op­ment pro­gram of the district on the cre­ation of nec­es­sary con­di­tions in preschool in­sti­tu­tions.

The re­sults of the visit of deputies and sen­a­tors will be an­a­lyzed and dis­cussed in de­tail at the ses­sions of the district council of peo­ple’s deputies.

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