Access to Parliament Building for Citizens (KG0022)
Action Plan: Kyrgyz Republic Action Plan 2018-2020
Action Plan Cycle: 2018
Lead Institution: The Jogorku Kenesh of the Kyrgyz Republic
Support Institution(s): The Ministry of culture and information of the Kyrgyz Republic, the History Museum “Institute of public analysis” Public Association (Ms. Rita Karasartova), “Center for Regional studies and development” (Ms. Aijan Musaeva)
Policy AreasE-Government, Legislation & Regulation, Open Parliaments
September 01, 2019 – June 30, 2020
Lead implementing agency The Jogorku Kenesh of the Kyrgyz Republic
What is the public problem that the commitment will address?
Despite the fact that according to the Rules of Procedure
of the Jogorku Kenesh of the Kyrgyz Republic the
following provisions were drafted and adopted: “On the
procedure of presence of citizens and representatives
of legal entities at the meetings of the Jogorku Kenesh
of the Kyrgyz Republic and its bodies”; “On the use of
buildings, structures, residential office premises and
territories under the jurisdiction of the Jogorku Kenesh
the Kyrgyz Republic”; “On the permit regime” the access
of information about these procedures to the citizens
(Rules of Procedure, Article 145) and the admission
of citizens to the premises of the Jogorku Kenesh of
the Kyrgyz Republic remains cumbersome and not
transparent to the visitors.
What is the commitment? To develop a brief description of the procedure for
granting access to the building for the citizens with clear
requirements for each group of visitors and post these
documents on the website of the Parliament, as well as
launching an option on the website http://www.kenesh.kg to
accept online applications for attendance of the meetings
and entrance to the premises of the Jogorku Kenesh
to meet a certain MP and the opportunity to receive a
response to the mailbox or by SMS.
How will the commitment contribute to the resolution of the public problem?
Visitors of the Parliament premises will receive clear
instructions defining the procedures of entrance to the
building, and will be able to apply for attendance online,
which will enhance interaction of the citizens with the
Parliament and, as a result, improve the quality of the
Why is this commitment relevant to OGP values?
It leads to transparency and accountability of the
Jogorku Kenesh and broadens engagement of the
citizens in the work of the Parliament.
Milestone Activity with a verifiable deliverable Budget
Task 1: Analysis of the current regulations on the admission of citizens to the premises of the
Jogorku Kenesh building (plenary session, meeting an MP, excursion) and discussion thereof with
the civil society
Analysis of the current regulations on the
access of citizens to the Jogorku Kenesh
premises (plenary session, reception of the MP,
Discussed with the civil society in the Working
Group on the Open Parliament.
Task 2: Drafting and approval of the regulations on the admission of citizens to the Jogorku
Kenesh of the Kyrgyz Republic (to the plenary session, meeting an MP, excursion) with the
opportunity of obtaining an automatic pass through registration on the parliamentary website.
Drafted and approved regulations on the
admission of citizens to the Jogorku Kenesh
of the Kyrgyz Republic (to the plenary session,
meeting an MP, field trip) with the opportunity
of obtaining an automatic pass through
registration on the parliamentary website.
A short version of the regulations prepared for
posting on the parliamentary website.
Publication of the provisions for posting on the
Development of an additional option on the
parliamentary website that allows the visitors
to leave an online application and receive an
answer through mailbox or by SMS.
Task 3: Development of procedures of access for excursion for Kyrgyz and foreign attendees in
the premises of the Jogorku Kenesh.
Procedures of access for excursions for Kyrgyz
and foreign attendees in the premises of the
Jogorku Kenesh are drafted and approved.
Information about field trips is posted on the