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Omadjon Tavakkaljon ugli Kodirjonov
Khusanboy Madaminjonovich Muminov


This article, based on scientific and historical sources, highlights the recent history of the current judicial system in the Republic of Uzbekistan and the history of changes made to it. This shows that the work of courts in Uzbekistan is being democratized for the benefit of the people.

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Omadjon Tavakkaljon ugli Kodirjonov, & Khusanboy Madaminjonovich Muminov. (2024). COURT LEGISLATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 12(3), 517–520. Retrieved from


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