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Legal and control mechanisms are being introduced to ensure the protection of the rights and freedoms of citizens in judicial and investigative activities. Torture and other inhuman, cruel, degrading punishment and treatment are eradicated. Courts obtained the right to issue sanctions to search and record telephone conversations. Temporary detention facilities, pre-trial detention facilities and penal institutions are equipped with video recording systems. Third, in a short time introduced the system of free conversion of the national currency, the state’s presence in the economy is being reduced gradually, and the investment climate has been improved totally. Despite the high speed of reforms, financial and macroeconomic stability is ensured, economic growth is sustainable, well-being of citizens is increasing. Due to the full support of small and medium-sized business, private entrepreneurship and private property, the middle class is strengthening. The processes of modernization and diversification of national economy have entered the active phase, increasing their competitiveness through effective technological renewal, by the introduction of modern forms of strategic planning, innovative ideas on development into the government system. Agriculture is developing intensively, the transport and communication infrastructure is being improved the geography and structure of exports to world markets are expanding. The government is working on forming modern, competitive tourism industry, which is designed to become a strategic sector of the national economy. Economic reforms are already giving the initial results. In particular, according to the World Bank's Doing Business 2018 report on reforming the system of job creation, Uzbekistan entered the top ten reformers to create the most favorable conditions for doing business. The ongoing reforms allowed Uzbekistan to become a leader among the countries of Europe and Central Asia to improve the business environment and simplify business conditions. Fourth, increase the level of employment and incomes of the population, the modernization of the social protection system, the improvement of the state youth policy are the priority tasks of reforms in the social sphere. Transformations are carried out under the acknowledgment of the immutable truth: “people want to see positive changes in their lives today, not tomorrow, not in the distant future”. This policy is distinguished by a strong social protection of vulnerable groups of population, providing them with a decent level of housing and social conditions. Due to this, the image of the cities and villages of the country is changing day by day. At the same time the outlook of our citizens are changing with a strong confidence to the future. Particular attention is paid to the solution of problems of improving the accessibility and quality of education and health care, the full development of the educational and scientific potential of society, by taking into account international standards. Considering the fact that a significant part of the country's population is young people (about 60%), the priority of social policy is to growing up a physically healthy young generation with stable life guidelines in the spirit of patriotism, religious tolerance, respect for laws, national and human values. Fifth, the key task in the area of internal security is to ensure the inter-ethnic harmony and religious tolerance. Uzbekistan is a country, which is historically located at the crossroads of world cultures, civilizations and religions. Over the centuries, values and traditions based on inter-ethnic and interfaith tolerance have been formed here, which has become a characteristic feature of modern Uzbek society, an integral part of the culture and mentality of the people of Uzbekistan. The government implementing a systematic policy in the field of interethnic and interfaith relations, considering it as one of the key factors of stability, security and sustainable development, ensuring human rights and freedoms. 19