FUNCTIONS AND GOALS OF THE WELFARE STATE IN MODERN UZBEKISTAN
Juraev Saifiddin Akhmatovich
Doctor of Political Sciences, Professor of Tashkent State University of Oriental Studies
Mukhitdinova Firyuza Abdurashidovna
Doctor of Law, Professor of Tashkent State Law University.
This article examines the social state: the historical development of the theory and modern understanding of its essence, as well as the concept and place of the social state in the system of the constitutional system of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The author also studies the history of the formation of the theory of the social state and the model of the social state in Russia. Uzbekistan, as well as the creation of a social state in foreign countries. The constitutional consolidation and implementation of socio-economic rights and freedoms as an embodiment of the social state of the country is analyzed. Attention is paid to the role of the social state in the programs of political parties in modern Uzbekistan. The constitutional and legal conditions for the functioning of the social state and the problems of development and improvement of the new Uzbekistan as a social state are studied.
Keywords: model, social state, human right, basis, problems