Kyrgyzstan was among the first post-Soviet countries to take steps towards public administration and decentralisation reform. Work began during the rule of the first President Akaev, Especially from 1994-1995, following the adoption of the first Constitution of independent Kyrgyzstan in 1993.

This report provides an overview of the timeline and process of the decentralisation of Kyrgysztan. Addressing particular laws and the current structure, the paper suggests that Local Self-Government in beneficial, although in need of some reforms.



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