by Alisher Khamidov BISHKEK, 26 June (EurasiaNet)–While Kyrgyz supporters of arrested Parliament member Azimbek Beknazarov demonstrated in front of Jalalabad’s regional court on 25 June and police moved to keep protestors out of central Osh the next day, another constituency has been developing its own agenda. Ethnic Uzbeks are intensifying their demands for more political […]

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