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Victory in the protection of privacy: the history of dormitory housing in Uzbekistan

In today’s world, ensuring the protection of individual rights and freedoms is an integral part of our society. Recently, an incident occurred in one of the dormitories in Uzbekistan that raised the important issue of protecting women’s privacy rights.

Zhon (name changed), a resident of the dormitory, was confronted with an order from the head of the dormitory prohibiting men from entering the women’s rooms. This order contradicted basic principles and violated women’s right to privacy. Together with the lawyer, she filed an application to the prosecutor’s office and an appeal to the head of the dormitory to cancel this absurd order.

Thanks to the client’s active position and legal support, the prosecutor’s office explained to the head that such an order was a direct violation of the constitutional rights of Uzbek citizens. The incident was successfully resolved, and now women in the dormitory can meet with friends without unreasonable obstacles.

It is important to remember that the protection of women’s rights to privacy is an integral part of respect for human dignity. This case reminded everyone of the importance of protecting the personal freedoms of every citizen.

Original Source (in Russian)

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