Fighting corruption and improving access to justice for the most vulnerable in Kyrgyzstan
- Written by Lucio Valerio Sarandrea*
BISHKEK (TCA) — The legislative reform process of the Justice system in the Kyrgyz Republic over the last years is truly impressive. A lot of efforts in the reform agenda as well as in the sector on access to justice have been undertaken by the state authorities with the support of international donors and organizations. While the pace of change is truly remarkable, the common citizen’s perception of the “rule of law” system remains still relatively poor leading to a so called “legal nihilism”. Indeed what is the sense of the reforms if the common citizen, the one for which the law is done, cannot still tangibly see the results?