The Role Of Civil Society Institutions In The Development Of Youth Political Culture

Tunis Khojiev, Azim Holmahmatov,KhurshidToshov,Abdimo'minTursunov,Ulug’bekMansurov

Democracy and political culture are considered that the one of the signs and criteria of modern social life. As Uzbekistan pursues the path of building a civil society and a democratic state governed by the rule of law, the radical changes taking place in our society are essentially aimed at democratizing social life, realizing the freedoms, rights and aspirations of citizens for a prosperous life. The five political parties operating in Uzbekistan include about 10,000 non-governmental organizations, more than 20,000 socio-cultural amateur associations and clubs, human rights institutions (such as the Ombudsman), and associations (such as the Republican Association of Women Entrepreneurs and Businesswomen). ), about a thousand newspapers and magazines indicate the level of political culture in our country. At a new stage of development of Uzbekistan, hundreds of new civil society institutions have been established, which represent the various interests of the population, and today they protect the interests of citizens in real life. In addition, the government has adopted a number of legal documents in the field of support of civil society institutions, and institutional changes have been made. Accordingly, one of the most pressing issues in our country is to increase the political culture of the population and the role of civil society institutions, especially political parties.

Volume 12 | Issue 2

Pages: 2834-2840