The Social Sciences

Year: 2015
Volume: 10
Issue: 5
Page No. 660 - 665

Debatable Questions Bound to Reorganization of Separate Procedural Institutes at the Stage of Pre-Judicial Production in the Conditions of Reforming of the Criminal Procedure Code of the Kyrgyz Republic

Authors : Klara A. Isaeva, Aida Zh. Zheenaliyeva, Erlan Balymov and Samat Smoilov

Abstract: This study is devoted to complex research of theoretical and applied problems of pre-judicial production in the conditions of reforming of the Criminal Procedure Code of the Kyrgyz Republic. The theoretical and methodological ideas of reorganization of separate procedural institutes at a stage of pre-judicial production in the conditions of reforming of the Criminal Procedure Code of the Kyrgyz Republic are considered in this study. In this study, the basic concepts and categories, the principles and building blocks of institute of pre-judicial production in the conditions of reforming of the Criminal Procedure Code of the Kyrgyz Republic are opened, genesis of a formation and the main tendencies of institute of pre-judicial production in the conditions of reforming of the Criminal Procedure Code of the Kyrgyz Republic is presented, the analysis of pre-judicial production in the conditions of reforming of the Criminal Procedure Code of the Kyrgyz Republic is carried out; problems of increase of effectiveness of application of standards of the Criminal Procedure Code of the Kyrgyz Republic at the reforming are investigated. As a result of research, the theoretical provisions and recommendations about perfecting of institute of pre-judicial production in the conditions of reforming of the Criminal Procedure Code of the Kyrgyz Republic are formulated.

How to cite this article:

Klara A. Isaeva, Aida Zh. Zheenaliyeva, Erlan Balymov and Samat Smoilov, 2015. Debatable Questions Bound to Reorganization of Separate Procedural Institutes at the Stage of Pre-Judicial Production in the Conditions of Reforming of the Criminal Procedure Code of the Kyrgyz Republic. The Social Sciences, 10: 660-665.

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