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Kyrgyzstan Moves Toward Stripping Former Presidents of Immunity
October 04, 2018
Kyrgyzstan Moves Toward Stripping Former Presidents of Immunity
Only two former Kyrgyz presidents actually still enjoy immunity, but only one -- Almazbek Atambayev -- looks like a target.
Kyrgyzstan Moves Toward Stripping Former Presidents of Immunity
Matraimov Wins Court Case and Reinstatement in Kyrgyzstan
July 26, 2018
Matraimov Wins Court Case and Reinstatement in Kyrgyzstan
Raiymbek Matraimov was fired on Atambayev’s last day in office. A Bishkek court ruled his firing illegal.
Matraimov Wins Court Case and Reinstatement in Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan Hunt for Power Plant Corruption Continues
June 27, 2018
Kyrgyzstan Hunt for Power Plant Corruption Continues
A second former prime minister was arrested last week in conjunction with the unfolding power plant corruption saga.
Kyrgyzstan Hunt for Power Plant Corruption Continues
The Bishkek Power Plant Saga: Former Kyrgyz Prime Minister Faces Corruption Charges
May 31, 2018
The Bishkek Power Plant Saga: Former Kyrgyz Prime Minister Faces Corruption Charges
Sapar Isakov stands accused of lobbying for the interests of the Chinese company that modernized the Bishkek power plant.
The Bishkek Power Plant Saga: Former Kyrgyz Prime Minister Faces Corruption Charges
Kyrgyzstan: Power, Prime Ministers, and Power Plants
April 27, 2018
Kyrgyzstan: Power, Prime Ministers, and Power Plants
In 2018, both the Bishkek power plant and the Atambayev-Jeenbekov relationship began malfunctioning.
Kyrgyzstan: Power, Prime Ministers, and Power Plants
Kyrgyzstan Alerts WTO to Kazakhstan Border Kerfuffle
October 19, 2017
Kyrgyzstan Alerts WTO to Kazakhstan Border Kerfuffle
Kazakhstan has stymied trade at the border, but the quicksand poured first from President Atambayev’s mouth.
Kyrgyzstan Alerts WTO to Kazakhstan Border Kerfuffle
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