Preamble to the Constitution of Uzbekistan by IFS Students

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A Preamble is the promise that a constitution brings to the citizens of a country. I know how much I identify with the Preamble to the Indian Constitution. The Hum Bharat Ke Log - We The People of India was made as a song and is available on youtube. Today, we bring to you a very unique way of reading the preamble to the Constitution of Uzbekistan by my student. 

The people of Uzbekistan,
solemnly declaring their adherence to human rights and principles of state sovereignty,
being aware of their ultimate responsibility to the present and the future generations,
relying on historical experience in the development of the Uzbek statehood,
affirming their commitment to the ideals of democracy and social justice,
recognizing priority of the generally accepted norms of the international law,
aspiring to a worthy life for the citizens of the Republic,
setting forth the task of creating a humane and democratic law-governed state,
aiming to ensure civil peace and national accord,
adopt in the person of their plenipotentiary representatives the present Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
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Author: Parveen Sharma Website:
'You Create Yourself' is the belief that drives the EklavyaParv! It is a Life Long Learning Mission with firm belief in the trilogy of Enhance-Empower-Encourage. We share learning contents on Communication Skills, EdTech, Life Skills, Blended & Innovative Learning and Insights about Education. Parveen is an EdTech Evangelist and has been working in the field of Innovation-driven Education for more than a decade. He writes and delivers training on EduSoMedia, E-Learning, OERs, MOOCs, EdTech, ICT, Blended and Flipped Learning, Academic Intervention, Classroom Makeover, Employability Enhancement, EdTech and Teacher-Student Learning. EklavyaParv is the celebration of his belief in the Learning Spirit of Mankind! Currently he is working at Amity University in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.