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Turkmenistan Regulatory Narrative

REPLACE THIS TEXT with a narrative describing which governmental or other organisations empowered in regulatory activities, such as tax revenue, control & quality assurance (fuel, food, medical...), pre-shipment inspection or even Regional Organisations such as trade agreements adhered to. This narrative should be at least 3, preferably 5 paragraphs identifying the current framework. For each identified agency, provide a 1 - 2 sentences describing their role and services.

ENSURE IDENTIFIED GOVERNMENT AGENCIES HAVE THEIR CONTACT DETAILS IN 'Annex 2.1: Government Contact List'

INSERT GOVERNMENT CONTACT LIST. Create the contact list by completing the 'Annex 2.1: Government Contact List' template. Once saved in the appropriate annex section, copy and paste the link here. If the contact list already exists, update it with the contact details required and paste the link directly into this section.Turkmenistan’s government nominally has three independent branches. However, after winning an uncontested presidential election in 1992 President Saparmurad Niyazov effectively dominated governance in all branches and at all levels until his death in late 2006. Political opposition reportedly is nearly non-existent. Harsh, arbitrary punishment of administrative “mistakes” and unforeseen shifts in top government positions have discouraged competent individuals from seeking government appointments.

For further detailed information on the national regulatory branches in Turkmenistan, please select the following document:

Turkmenistan National Regulatory Departments Additional Information

4.2.1 Turkmenistan Government Contact List