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27. Government held information, which is not subject to disclosure, should be delineated as clearly as possible by law (rather than in internal documents, instructions and the like); the discretion of public officials as to what constitutes such information should be limited to the maximum extent feasible. 28. Ensure that the information provided in non-public complaints cannot be used for unjustified prosecution for slander. Introduce additional measures to increase the protection of the citizens making complaints and proposals to the public bodies on issues of corruption.
Extend the application of permanent forms of co-operation (institutionalized councils and the like) between NGOs and the broader public on the one hand and public agencies on the other. Institutionalized councils where public officials are present but only NGOs/associations have voting powers are one potentially effective option for ensuring the free expression of public concerns. The decisions of such councils bear advisory character for public agencies. Develop a procedure for the permanent involvement of civil society (not only those represented by particularly active interested NGOs) in policy making.
According to the Law On Public Service, public service positions (civil service) are divided into political public service positions and administrative public service positions: x a political public service position is a public service position the appointment (election) to and dismissal from are made in accordance with the Constitution of the Kyrgyz Republic, and the range of responsibilities of which is established by the Constitution and laws of the Kyrgyz Republic; x an administrative public service position is a position with a government body of legislative, executive or judicial authority, as well as the Presidential Administration of the Kyrgyz Republic, involving the powers and responsibilities connected with the implementation of tasks and functions of a government authority established by the Constitution and other regulatory and legal acts of the Kyrgyz Republic.