Tuesday, 15 May 2001

NEW YOUTH PUBLIC MOVEMENT REGISTERED IN UZBEKISTAN

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The Uzbek Justice Ministry has registered the public youth movement Kamolot, the information service of the Uzbek Justice Ministry told Interfax on Tuesday [15 May]. The founding conference of the new movement took place in Tashkent on 25 April. Six hundred delegates from all regions of the republic attended the conference.
The Uzbek Justice Ministry has registered the public youth movement Kamolot, the information service of the Uzbek Justice Ministry told Interfax on Tuesday [15 May]. The founding conference of the new movement took place in Tashkent on 25 April. Six hundred delegates from all regions of the republic attended the conference. Participants in the conference adopted the programme and the charter of the new public movement and elected its governing bodies. "The main goal of the movement is uniting young people, raising them on the basis of the requirements of a healthy lifestyle, assisting them in finding a proper place in society, universal protection of their interests, and organization of the conditions that are necessary for the full realization of their intellectual potential," the programme reads. At the moment, Uzbekistan has four officially registered political parties and two public movements--Birlik and Kamolot. (Interfax)
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