Kazakhstan and South Korea to Develop Cooperation in Legislation
Kazakhstan and South Korea intend to develop cooperation in jurisprudence and legal proceedings. Kazakh legislators have shared their experience with their colleagues in Seoul during the symposium of the Association of Asian Constitutional Courts and Equivalent Institutions.
Advisor to the Chairperson of the Kazakhstan Constitutional Council, Khabylsayat Abishev spoke on the role of the constitution in Kazakhstan. In addition, he responded to the questionnaire that allows the association members to thoroughly study the constitutional control in Kazakhstan. The symposium participants were also introduced to changes into the constitution which took place over the past 30 years.
The meeting in Seoul will be a foundation for joint research to advance supremacy of law and human rights in Asia, organizers said. Kazakhstan has become a member of the organization since 2014.
In South Korea, the constitutional court was established in 1988. The country took a democratic path quite early. Political institutions and civil society allowed the country to become the leading and developed nation.
“Kazakhstan can quickly adopt good initiatives. Thanks to influence and reactiveness of our people, we can create and do a lot,” said Khabylsayat Abishev, Advisor to Chairperson of Kazakhstan’s Constitutional Council.