29 January 2003 TASKENT, Uzbekistan (Eurasianet)– Over a decade of persistent repression in Uzbekistan has left the country’s political life under the firm control of President Islam Karimov. No political party or movement that can be classified as in opposition to Karimov’s administration is able operate openly today. Karimov’s critics assert that the government crackdown […]

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