29 January 2001 The conviction of a famous opposition leader adds to growing political tension in Kyrgyzstan. BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan–Feliks Kulov, the leader of the Kyrgyz opposition Ar-Namys Party, was sentenced to seven years in prison for abuse of power and forgery on 22 January. The Bishkek Military Court also ruled that all of Kulov’s property […]

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