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Posted inCentral Asia, Eastern Europe & Russia, Regions

Heirs and Disgraces

11 August 2003 Is it time, Yeltsin-style, to offer immunity to the post-Soviet presidents? In some cases, yes. In a country viewed as the 95th most corrupt country out of the 102 covered by Transparency International, the nepotism on display last week when the ailing Heider Aliev handed effective power over to his son Ilham […]