Kyrgyzstan completes decade of free legal aid to population
A decade of free legal aid to the population has been completed in Kyrgyzstan, Director of the Center for Coordination of State-Guaranteed Legal Aid under the Ministry of Justice Akzhol Kalbekov said during the press conference at Kabar News Agency.
According to the director’s data, this year lawyers provided assistance to more than 5 thousand 400 citizens of the country.
Of these, more than 700 are in Osh Oblast, 300 in Batken Oblast, 300 in Talas Oblast, 500 in Issyk-Kul Oblast, 800 in Naryn Oblast, 1 thousand in Dzhalalal-Abad Oblast, and 1 thousand 600 in Bishkek and Chui Oblast.
“As you know, the decade was held in all regions of our country. This kind of consultation is carried out constantly on a free basis. Assistance has been provided through oral and written consultations, Kalbekov said.
He also noted the population was most interested in the registration of benefits, pensions, land disputes, family relations, namely, the divorce process, division of property, alimony payments.
Source: Kyrgyz National News Agency