Bishkek, Dec. 19, 2017 / Kabar /. The Government of Kyrgyzstan intends to pay special attention to the development of civil society institutions, Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Sapar Isakov told at the opening of the annual conference on assessing the interaction of public councils and state authorities.
In his speech, the Prime Minister stressed that the current aspiration fully corresponds to one of the parts of the state program 40 Steps to New Era - the development of civil society.
"Taza Koom, the Digital Transformation Program, which is connected to 40 Steps to New Era program. Taza Koom is aimed at eliminating corruption in our state sector by minimizing the impact of the human factor through automation of administrative processes and procedures, as well as providing digital state services,” Isakov said.
The Prime Minister added that state authorities and public councils should work together and be constructive partners and should find the most effective solutions for improving the life of citizens.
He focused on the fact that activities of public councils should be open and transparent, without lobbying for anyone's interests or satisfying their own ambitions and personal interests of individual citizens.
"Public councils should become equal partners of heads of state authorities by assisting them in their work, by helping them in resolving key issues, including the fight against corruption," Isakov mentioned.
The Prime Minister called upon all participants of today's conference to constructive and thorough dialogue. He also wished success and fruitful work for the benefit of prosperity of Kyrgyzstan and its people.
The conference was held at the Congress Hall of the Ala-Archa State Residence. The participants of the event were: public councils, representatives of state authorities, civil society organizations and international organizations.