International Symposium Successfully Held in Kazakhstan
30 August 2021

On August 27, 2021, the President of the AACCKairat Mami opened the International Symposium on “The Internet Era: The Rule of Law, the Values of Person, the State Independence.”


The symposium’s three sessions were devoted to issues of digitalization and national sovereignty, guarantees of human rights and freedoms on the Internet, as well as increasing the responsibility of state bodies to society and individuals.


Leading lawyers from all continents of the world have exchanged experience on the subject and discussed existing problems and ways to resolve them. They represented international structures such as the OSCE, the Council of Europe, the Venice Commission, the World Conference on Constitutional Justice, the EAEU Court, the German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation, the German Society for International Cooperation, the International Union of Lawyers, and others.


The speakers were the presidents and judges of the constitutional justice bodies of Azerbaijan, Algeria, Armenia, Bangladesh, Belarus, Bulgaria, Germany, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Malaysia, Morocco, Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Tajikistan, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, France, and other countries. The participants also included the heads of Kazakhstan’s state institutions and well-known legal scholars.

Note: Jumlahnya beberapa kah? (Menteri etc)


The International Symposium was the culmination of the mission of the Constitutional Council of Kazakhstan as the President of the Association of Asian Constitutional Courts and Equivalent Institutions. At the end of the event, the organization's flag was handed over to the Constitutional Court of Mongolia.


After two years of successful Presidency of the Constitutional Council of Kazakhstan in the Association of Asian Constitutional Courts and Equivalent Institutions, this mission for 2021-2023 was transferred to the Constitutional Court of Mongolia. The flag of the organization was received solemnly by the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Mongolia Luvsan Battulga.


The Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court of Mongolia, Chinbat Namjil, said that the AACC was dynamically developing and made a significant contribution to the establishment of the rule of law in Asia. The efforts of the Constitutional Court of Mongolia in the next two years will be aimed at strengthening the capacity of the Association’s structure.