Economic Development and Rights in Tajikistan
- 1 Centre for Russian and Central Asian studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi-110067, INDIA
Int. Res. J. Social Sci., Volume 4, Issue (3), Pages 75-78, March,14 (2015)
In this article economic development has been explained through the level of poverty, health facilities, education, economic growth and effort taken by Tajikistan government. Article also identifies the emergence of the rights to the people in the Tajikistan in history. How the economic development is helping rights in the context of accessibility? The study seeks to identify the rights which evolved during the Soviet period. After the disintegration of Soviet Union Tajikistan adopted liberal-democratic model for the development of the country. Under the Constitution of Tajikistan political, economic and socio-cultural rights were made available to the people for development. The study further elaborates the various rights available in the Constitution both in theory and as well as in practice. In this study historical, descriptive and analytical method were used.
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