This has been said at the applied research conference “Constitution and modernisation of the society and the state” taking place now at KAZGUU by Igor Rogov, the head of the Constitutional Council of the Republic of Kazakhstn.
He noted that it has now become a good tradition to discuss the most important issues of the development of the constitutional legislature in the format of collaboration with the centres of the scholarly elite. “One of such centres is KAZGUU. I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to the management of the University, and T. Narikbayev in particular, for organising such international-scale events.”
At the conference opening ceremony, KAZGUU rector Talgat Narikbayev congratulated everyone on the 22nd anniversary of the Constitution, and wished them a productive discussion of the relevant issues of enforcing the main law of the country.
Sergey Udartsev, the director of the KAZGUU Research Institute for Legal Policy and Constitutional Legislature, and a former judge of the Constitutional Court, talked about the development of Kazakhstan as a strong and well-established state of law, as well as the factors of the successful and sustainable development of society. He emphasised that, the amount of work that will be required to implement the constitutional reforms is enormous, and it is only starting now in Kazakhstan. He proposed to use the conference to conduct a multifaceted discussion of the modern issues of the constitutional development. The relevant issues of the development of Kazakhstani and international constitutional norms were discussed by the specialists in Kazakhstani legislature, as well as foreign guests of the conference, including Salikhiden Sabikenov, a member of the RK National Academy of Sciences and a former member of the Constitutional Council; Dr. Bill Meiser, DJS, the head of the EU project “Strengthening the criminal justice system in Kazakhstan”; Zhanetta Kalisheva, the head of the Department of State Law Disciplines at KAZGUU.