AKIPRESS.COM - Kazakh specialists shared their experience in the development of an electronic unified state registry of crimes and misdemeanours and other software applications used by the offices of the public prosecutor in Kazakhstan with representatives of the Kyrgyz General Prosecutor’s Office (GPO) and other stakeholders during a three-day visit of the Kazakh General Prosecutor’s staff to Bishkek, supported by the OSCE Programme Office in Bishkek, from 20 to 23 September 2017.
The information shared will assist Kyrgyzstan in developing its own Electronic Unified State Registry of Crimes and Misdemeanours, due to be established in 2019 in accordance with the National Implementation Plan on Criminal Justice adopted in April, OSCE said.
The Registry of Crimes and Misdemeanours will contain information about each offence starting from the initiation of criminal proceedings to an eventual court decision, including the monitoring of the investigation process. The availability of complete and accurate information should allow for the visualization of the actual reality in the criminal justice sphere and increase transparency in law-enforcement and judicial bodies.
The OSCE Programme Office in Bishkek is assisting the Kyrgyz GPO with the establishment of the registry by providing expert support for the technical development of the electronic database and supporting study tours for Kyrgyz Government officials to Astana and Almaty, Kazakhstan.
The expert meeting organized during the visit of the Kazakh delegation was held with the participation of the Vice-Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan, Temir Djumakadyrov, the Secretary of the Security Council of Kyrgyzstan, Jenish Razakov, national legal experts and representatives of the GPO, the Offices of the President and Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan, the Supreme Court, and the Parliament of Kyrgyzstan.