от 30.03.2020 г. № 192
Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan, от 30.03.2020 г. № 192
Kuchga kirish sanasi
31.03.2020
ANNEX
to the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March, 2020, No.192
23. As part of the legal review of the draft and in accordance with the requirements specified in Chapter 4 of this Regulation, the justice authorities shall conduct a gender-based legal review of the draft to determine its compliance with the principles of gender equality and whether there are provisions and norms that create conditions for direct or indirect gender-based discrimination.
ANNEX 1
to the Regulation on gender-based legal review of normative legal acts and their drafts

Stages

Implementers

Activities

Deadlines

Stage 1

Ministry of Justice

Sends a request to government bodies to submit their proposals for the formation of a draft plan of gender-based legal review of normative legal acts (hereinafter — the plan).

Before formulating draft plan

Stage 2

State bodies and other organizations

State bodies submit to the Ministry of Justice a list, signed by the respective first heads (in exceptional cases — first deputies), of normative legal acts adopted in the relevant areas of their activities subject to gender-based legal review.

At the request of the Ministry of Justice within the time limits specified in the request

Stage 3

Ministry of Justice

1. Summarizes the proposals made by state bodies.

2. May introduce to the plan draft the proposals developed on the basis of the analysis of the practice of application of normative legal acts.

3. Before the approval of the draft plan submits it to the Commission on Gender Equality of the Republic of Uzbekistan (hereinafter — the Commission) for consultation.

4. Approves the plan.

Once every three years

In the I quarter of the year

Stage 4

State bodies and other organizations

1. Conducts gender-based legal review of normative legal acts specified in the plan.

2. Submits to the Ministry of Justice a conclusion containing analytical information and recommendations on the compliance or non-compliance of normative legal acts subject to gender-based legal review with the principles of gender equality.

Within the deadlines set in the plan

Stage 5

Ministry of Justice

1. Reviews conclusions submitted by state bodies in order to identify non-compliance of the normative legal acts with the principles of gender equality.

2. Based on the results of the review makes decision on appropriateness or inappropriateness of the conclusions.

Within a month

Stage 6

Ministry of Justice

Submits consolidated conclusions on the norms of the normative legal acts that are not in compliance with the principles of gender equality to the Commission for consideration and decision-making.

Within the deadlines set in the plan

Stage 7

Commission

In case of establishing, on the basis of the analysis of the consolidated conclusions, the non-compliance of norms of relevant normative legal acts with the principles of gender equality, is entitled, in order to eliminate the non-compliances, to instruct the state bodies responsible for the implementation and application of this normative legal acts to revise the relevant normative legal acts and introduce appropriate changes and additions to them within the specified time limits.

As needed

ANNEX 2
to the Regulation on gender-based legal review of normative legal acts and their drafts
ANNEX 3
to the Regulation on gender-based legal review of normative legal acts and their drafts

Stages

Implementers

Activities

Deadlines

Stage 1

State bodies and other organizations (developer)

1. The results of gender-based legal review of the draft normative legal acts (hereinafter — draft) are reflected in the legal opinion of the justice authority on the relevant draft.

2. If the draft does not comply with the principles of gender equality, the justice authority returns the draft together with the relevant objections to the respective structural unit for revision.

As needed

Stage 2

Developer

The draft, after completion of its gender-based legal review by the justice authority, is signed by the first head (in exceptional cases — first deputy) and sent in the prescribed manner to the relevant bodies and organizations for consultation.

After obtaining the legal opinion of the justice authority on the draft

Stage 3

Interested bodies and organizations

During the consultation process, they can conduct a gender-based legal review of the draft and submit their suggestions and objections to the draft developer.

As needed

Stage 4

Developer

Sends the draft to the justice authorities for legal review, which includes gender-based legal review.

After consultation with interested bodies and organizations

Stage 5

Justice authorities

1. Within the framework of legal review of the draft, conduct its gender-based legal review to determine its compliance with the principles of gender equality and identify the presence of provisions and norms that create conditions for direct or indirect gender-based discrimination.

2. The results of the gender-based legal review of the draft are reflected in the relevant conclusion on the legal review, which provides substantiated information on the presence of norms that do not comply with the principles of gender equality and contains proposals on the revision of the draft or indicates the absence of non-complying norms therein.

Within the time limits established by the Procedures of the Presidential Administration and the Cabinet of Ministers, as well as in other relevant regulations