- Опубликовано: Aziza
- Категории: Аналитика, Новости
This legal analysis covers current situation related to transition to the presidential form of government and formation of executive power in terms of compliance with the Constitution of the Kyrgyz Republic (hereinafter referred to as the Constitution), the laws of the Kyrgyz Republic. The executive branch of the Kyrgyz Republic is headed by the President (clause 1 of Article 66 of the Constitution). At the same time, there is the institution of the Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers, who is also the head of the Presidential Administration.
In current situation, political and legal aspects indicate that a certain part of the functions of the head of executive branch is carried out by the Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers, who can be perceived and positioned as the first person of the executive branch of the government. Earlier in the Kyrgyz Republic, the Prime Minister was the head of the executive branch, and the President acted as an “arbitrator” between all three branches of power.
Thus, currently, there is a problem of “dualism” in the leadership of the executive branch.