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Title: Rights of persons with disabilities in the Kyrgyz Republic: problems of a state accountability
Authors: Dyikanbaeva, Seinep
Issue Date: 11-May-2012
Abstract: The paper examines the issue of the disability as a Human Rights issue, not just a common problem of legislative gaps and economic development in the Kyrgyz Republic. The paper analyses the legal definition and understanding of the disability as it is reflected in the legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic, including the difference between medical model and social model of the disability, and the problems of using medical model. The paper also reveals the issue of non-implementation of laws of the Kyrgyz Republic related to the persons with disabilities. Therefore, the paper scrutinizes specific problem of a state accountability. At the end, it provides specific legal recommendations for the solution of named problem and enable the Kyrgyz Republic to fulfill its international and national obligations before persons with disabilities.
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