31 January 2002 TASHKENT, 28 January (EurasiaNet)–Uzbek president Islam Karimov termed a 27 January referendum to extend the presidency from a five-year to a seven-year position “a very big step in the name of democratization.” But at polling places, most of the Uzbek electorate was confused, uncertain of exactly what they were voting for. The […]

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