COVID-2019: Digital Norm-Making

Authors

  • Khaydarali Mukhamedov
  • Azizjon Khujanazarov

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/mlu.v21i3.3011

Keywords:

Digital norms, norm-making, technology, acts, health, coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19.

Abstract

This article analyzes digital norm-setting activities, the introduction of digital technologies into normsetting,
norm-setting platforms, norm-setting modernization issues, and digitalization during a pandemic
to prevent the spread of viruses along with health care for both the legislature and the local population.
The article examines the scientific works of legal scholars in the field of norm-setting and, based on these
sources, covers the topic and outlines several problems in the field of digital norm-setting in a pandemic. The
article develops the author’s proposals on the development, discussion, examination, and legal examination
of normative legal documents using information technology, facilitation of their adoption and delivery to
the public, and health. Based on these recommendations, the author argues that the Pandemic should prevent
COVID-19 and other emergencies in the protection of the health and time of professionals working in law
enforcement agencies.

Author Biographies

Khaydarali Mukhamedov

Professor, Department of Theory of the State and Law, Tashkent State University of Law, 35 Sayilgoh,
Tashkent, 100047, Uzbekistan

Azizjon Khujanazarov

Lecturer, Department of Theory of the State and Law, Tashkent State University of Law, 35 Sayilgoh,
Tashkent, 100047, Uzbekistan

Published

2021-06-03

How to Cite

Mukhamedov, K. ., & Khujanazarov, A. . (2021). COVID-2019: Digital Norm-Making. Medico Legal Update, 21(3), 339-345. https://doi.org/10.37506/mlu.v21i3.3011

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