Kyrgyzstan

ISO3: 
KGZ
Legislation
November 2015

This Regional Law establishes that price of purchase of land plots located within the boundaries of regional urban areas destined for agricultural production, without edifices or constructions thereon previously allotted to agricultural organization or to peasant farm on condition of permanent (open-ended) tenancy or on condition of life-long hereditary possession shall be set at fifteen percent of cadastre value of the aforesaid plots of land.

Regulations
March 2014

This Governmental Decree establishes that the scope of land cadastre shall be to provide state bodies of all levels, natural and legal persons with the informationrelated to land areas and land quality located within the boundaries of urban areas, local government, districts and at the national level.

Regulations
August 2008

These Regulations implement provisions of the Mines and Minerals Development Act, 2008 with respect to a wide variety of matters such as: organization of mining cadastre offices; application for, or grant or renewal of a mining right or a mineral processing licence; transfer of a mining right or a mineral processing licence; permission for the abandonment of a mining area; alteration of or prospecting in a mining area; various matters relating to survey, mapping and certification.The central mining cadastre office in Lusaka shall administer mining rights and mineral processing licences.

Legislation
December 2015

This Regional Law transfers to local government some plenary powers related to governance of plots of urban public land with undelimited ownership in case of availability of validated land-use planning scheme, except for cases envisaged by federal legislation on roads and road-related activities.

Legislation
May 2006

This Act establishes the Zambia Development Agency and the Trade and Industrial Development Fund and makes provision in general for economic development in Zambia. In certain cases, development requires a licence, permit or certificate of registration of the Board of the Agency.

Legislation
October 2010

This Regional Law establishes that Civic Chamber must ensure coordination between citizens, social associations, state bodies and local government, promotion of civil society institutions, and consideration of the interests of the population in the process of elaboration and realization of state policy, protection of rights and freedoms of citizens. Civic Chamber shall be set up to ensure open and transparent discussion of the most important problems of social development, promotion of civil society institutions and democratic principles of the functioning of state bodies.

Legislation
October 2014

This Regional Law establishes that Civic Chamber must ensure coordination between citizens, social associations, state bodies and local government, promotion of civil society institutions, and consideration of the interests of the population in the process of elaboration and realization of state policy, protection of rights and freedoms of citizens. Civic Chamber shall be set up to ensure open and transparent discussion of the most important problems of social development, promotion of civil society institutions and democratic principles of the functioning of state bodies.

Legislation
June 2006

This Regional Law establishes that Civic Chamber shall be permanent body with a view of promoting civil society institutions, ensuring public control and cooperation of citizens with state bodies and local government. Its scope shall be protection of rights and duties of citizens, social associations and other non-government bodies (NGOs).

Legislation
April 2015

This Regional Law establishes the modalities of organization and performance of public control over state and local self-government bodies as a form of public participation. Public control shall be performed by advisory councils attached to regional executive and legislative bodies. Public inspections and public control groups shall also perform public control with a view of ensuring enforcement of legislation, protection of human rights and freedoms and consideration of public interest in some social spheres in coordination with state bodies.

Legislation
December 2011

This Regional Law establishes the modalities of organization and performance of public control as a form of public participation. Subjects of public control shall be: (a) citizens and associations thereof; and (b) regional group of public (civic) control and members thereof. Objects of public control shall be: (a) regional state bodies; (b) local government; (c) regional state and municipal organizations; and (d) other organizations performing some public functions. Public control can be performed in the form of public audit.