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Закон Республики Узбекистан Об охране здоровья граждан (Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan on Health care of citizens)

Government of Uzbekistan Country Resources General Health Legislation Uzbekistan 29 August 1996 Legislation/regulation

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Законодательство об охране здоровья граждан состоит из настоящего Закона и других актов законодательства. Если международным договором установлены иные правила, чем те, которые содержатся в законодательстве об охране здоровья граждан, то применяются правила международного договора. Основными задачами законодательства об охране здоровья граждан являются:

обеспечение гарантий прав граждан на охрану здоровья со стороны государства; формирование здорового образа жизни граждан; правовое регулирование деятельности государственных органов, предприятий, учреждений, организаций, общественных объединений в области охраны здоровья граждан.

Legislation on health care of citizen consists of this Law and other legislative acts. If an international treaty establishes rules other than those contained in the legislation on the protection of the health care of citizens, the rules of international treaty are applied. The main objectives of the legislation on health care are:

Safeguarding the rights of citizens to health care by the state; the formation of a healthy lifestyle of the citizens; legal regulation of the activities of state bodies, enterprises, institutions, organizations, public associations in the field of health care of citizens.


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