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Uzbekistan's revised constitution can support democratic transition

Citizens have come to expect protection of rights and freedoms

| Uzbekistan
Uzbeks cast ballots in Tashkent during the country's 2021 presidential election.   © Reuters

Nuriddin Ismoilov is speaker of the lower chamber of the Oliy Majlis, the parliament of Uzbekistan.

Emerging independent nations always face a difficult transition toward the rule of law, freedom of speech, political liberalization and the rest of the democratic toolkit.

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