95th anniversary of Kyrgyz judicial system-photo report
President of Kyrgyzstan Sooronbay Jeenbekov took part in the event, dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the country’s judiciary system.
The event began with the screening of a film about the history of the Kyrgyz judicial system, entitled Fair Trial is the Basis for Development.
In his speech, the President noted it is impossible to achieve the development of the state without building a fair, transparent and independent judicial system. It is also impossible to promote the economy, social sphere, protect the rights of citizens, create fair governance.
Successful implementation of reforms in all sectors largely depends on the judicial system. Therefore, judicial reform should be perceived as a reform that directly affects the development of the country.
The Kyrgyz leader highlighted every judge, as well as the entire judiciary, should always feel this great responsibility and use it as a basic principle in their work.
Trust in the court is the trust in the whole of government. Moving forward and development are possible only with the trust in the judiciary, Jeenbekov said.
At the event, President Jeenbekov presented state awards and Presidential watches to a number of judges, veterans and employees of the judicial system.In 1924, the Kara-Kyrgyz regional court began its activity. Its first chairman was Lev Averburg. From this period onwards, the judicial system of Kyrgyzstan began to develop. After the establishment of the Main Court of the Kyrgyz Autonomus Socialist Soviet Republic (ASSR), its chairmen at different times were such historical figures as Tekeyev Imanbek and Imanaly Aidarbekov. The Supreme Court of the Kyrgyz SSR was established in 1936.
Source: Kyrgyz National News Agency