REFORMS CARRIED OUT IN THE REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN TO ENSURE THE PROTECTION OF THE RIGHTS AND LEGITIMATE INTERESTS OF CITIZENS ENGAGED IN TEMPORARY LABOR ACTIVITY ABROAD
Keywords:Labor migration, pre-departure preparation, monocenter, integration, reforms in the field of external labor migration, protection of the rights of labor migrants
The article analyzes a number of normative legal acts regulating the issues of rights and protection of interests of citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan carrying out temporary labor activities abroad. The mechanism of organized recruitment, pre-departure training of citizens, as well as issues of integration after returning to their homeland are analyzed.
Resolution of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan 05.07.2018 № PP-3839 "On additional measures to further improve the system of external labor migration of the Republic of Uzbekistan" // "Collection of legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan", 09.07.2018, № 27, art. 552.
Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan 20.08.2019 № UP-5785 “On measures to further strengthen the guarantees of protection of citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan carrying out temporary labor activity abroad, and members of their families” // National Database of Legislation, 21.08.2019, № 06/19/5785/3605; 13.12.2019, № 06/19/5893/4150; 11.01.2020, № 06/20/5903/0039
Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan 23.08.2019 № 713 of "On additional measures to protect the rights and legitimate interests of citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan carrying out temporary labor activities abroad" // National Database of Legislation, 24.08.2019, № 09/19/713/3633
Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan 15.09.2020 № PP-4829 "On measures to introduce a system of safe, orderly and legal labor migration" // National legislation data base, 16.09.2020 г., № 07/20/4829/1281.
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