of January 21, 2000 No. 36
About physical culture and sport
Accepted by General Court of Jogorku Kenesh of the Kyrgyz Republic on December 21, 1999
Physical culture and sport in the Kyrgyz Republic are aimed at providing health of the people of Kyrgyzstan on the basis of realization of opportunities of optimum physical development of people, comprehensive enhancement of physical qualities and the related capabilities inherent to each person. They function in close unity with education of the spiritual and moral qualities characterizing socially active personality, ensuring due readiness of each person to labor, defense and to other types of public work.
This Law establishes the basic principles of the organization, functioning and management of system of physical training and training of athletes and forms the legal base to their realization.
The legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic on physical culture and sport is aimed at all-round development of the person, approval of healthy lifestyle, forming of need for physical and moral enhancement, creation of conditions for occupations by any kinds of physical culture and sport, the organization of professional and applied preparation and ensuring proper prevention of diseases, addictions and offenses, prevention of use of the prohibited substances and methods, fostering patriotism, development and strengthening of friendship between the people.
The basic principles of the organization and management of physical culture and sport are:
all-round harmonious development of the personality;
communication of physical training with labor and defense practice;
improving orientation of occupations physical culture and sport;
equal rights of citizens on occupation physical culture and sport;
guarantee of the rights of citizens for free physical training, professional and applied preparation in the state educational institutions of physical culture and sport within the installed state educational programs;
availability of occupations physical culture and sport;
democratism in system of physical culture and sport;
independence of physical culture and sport of political and ideological institutes of society;
recognition of independence and variety of all sports organizations meeting the requirements of this Law.
For the purposes of this Law the following basic concepts are used:
the prohibited substances and (or) methods in sport (further - dope) - chemical compounds (substances, drugs) and the methods included in the prohibited list of the international standard of the World Anti-Doping Agency including use or attempt of use of substance and (or) the method included in lists of the substances and (or) methods prohibited for use in sport;
normative bases of physical training - set of evaluation criteria (standard rates) of physical fitness, in age aspect which are consistently covering the population of the Kyrgyz Republic;
the Olympic Movement - the international social movement aimed at the development of sport as one of means of achievement of physical and spiritual perfection of the person, strengthening of the international sports cooperation;
Paralympic movement - the part of the international Olympic Movement combining in the ranks of the organization and persons with limited opportunities of health which purpose is development of sport as one of means of achievement of physical and spiritual perfection of the person, strengthening international cooperation and familiarizing of disabled people with sports activities, healthy lifestyle;
system of physical training of the population and training of athletes - set of the state and public forms of activities which purpose is physical training of the population and development of sport in the country;
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