On November 15-16, a training was held in Bishkek on the application of international law in assessing the constitutionality of legislative provisions in a logical linkage to the provisions of the Constitution.
The training was organized for the staff of the office of the Constitutional Chamber. The trainers of the event were Mr. Kristaps Tamužs, Advisor to the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Latvia and Mr. Konstantin Degtyarev, Associate Professor at the School of Law and Social Justice, University of Liverpool (UK). Experts presented to the participants the sources of international law and human rights and elaborated on their application in constitutional justice, the interpretation of international treaties and their relationship with the national legal system.
This event was held with the support of “the Rule of Law Programme in the Kyrgyz Republic – 2nd Phase”, co-financed by the European Union and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), which is a component of the GIZ Regional Programme “Promotion of the Rule of Law in Central Asia”.