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Мухаммад Солих:’жазо чоралари кучайтирилиши керак’

Posted by londonerk on July 26, 2006

 диктаторларни хеч качон дипломатия тарбия кила олгани йўк. Диктаторларга санкциялар, каттик санкциялар керак.

Мухаммад Солих

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How did he manage to survive for such a long time?

Posted by londonerk on May 16, 2006

Speech of Muhammad Salih, the leader of ERK party at the Chatham House, Royal Institute of the Great Britain , London on January, 19th, 2006

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Let’s have the truth about Andijon’s massacre

Posted by londonerk on May 16, 2006

A year ago, my home town of Andijon made headlines worldwide after a huge, peaceful protest was ripped apart by government troops firing on unarmed demonstrators. We still don't know for sure how many were killed that day, hundreds certainly. But the government of Uzbekistan has yet to pay much of a price for its brutality that day, while its victims have yet to see justice

Lutfullo Shamsuddinov International Herald Tribune

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Andijan: Fear and Resentment Persist One Year on

Posted by londonerk on May 16, 2006

“It’s like a nightmare,” said 75-year-old Khadicha Usmonova. “I will never again see my grandson, who was just 19. His parents and I had great hopes of him. That day he just went out, and a few days later we saw the corpse of our innocent boy.”

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Uzbekistan: Rallies Abroad Mark Andijon Anniversary

Posted by londonerk on May 16, 2006

Today is the first anniversary of the violent crackdown in the eastern Uzbek city of Andijon. Demonstrations have been held in London; Moscow; and Calmar, Sweden, as well as Kyrgyzstan, today to commemorate victims of the violence. They followed May 12 demonstrations in New York, Istanbul, and Kyiv.

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Uzbekistan: British MPs Pursue Blair’s Vow To Keep Pressure On Karimov

Posted by londonerk on May 16, 2006

British Prime Minister Tony Blair has vowed to "keep up the pressure" on the government in Uzbekistan until it improves its human-rights performance. Blair's remark came on the eve of the first anniversary of President Islam Karimov's violent crackdown in the eastern Uzbek city of Andijon. A meeting of EU foreign ministers today in Brussels could provide the Blair government a chance to rally support for such a policy. But British advocates of justice for Andijon's victims are concerned that the pledges will fade as Andijon disappears from the headlines.

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Still waiting to bury their dead

Posted by londonerk on May 16, 2006

On 13 May, a tiny group of people stood, holding banners, a few feet away from the Kyrgyz border with Uzbekistan.

"Islam Karimov is a dictator", "We will never forget Andijan,"

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US calls for Uzbek killings probe

Posted by londonerk on May 13, 2006

The US has said Uzbekistan still owes an explanation for the killing of civilians by soldiers in the city of Andijan on 13 May one year ago.

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Uzbekistan: Witnesses Recall The Andijon Bloodshed

Posted by londonerk on May 11, 2006

Twelve months after tragedy unfolded in the eastern Uzbek city of Andijon, very little remains certain about the violence on May 12-13, 2005. Witnesses have claimed troops opened fire on a peaceful gathering on May 13, killing hundreds. President Islam Karimov's government describes the incident as an armed uprising and maintains that 187 people — all either "terrorists," police, or soldiers — were killed as a result. The Uzbek government has also accused Western media of fabricating reports detailing abuses by the authorities.

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Uzbekistan: A Year Later, Still No Justice for Andijan

Posted by londonerk on May 11, 2006

" The Uzbek government has spared no effort to silence anyone who dares to speak the truth about what happened in Andijan. "

Kenneth Roth  
Executive Director  
Human Rights Watch

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