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Oleg Panfilov,
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panfilov[at]cjes.ru

Dmitry Alyaev,
chief editor,
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Roman Zyuzin,
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Adil Dzhalilov,
Kazakhstan,
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a diamond stylus,
Kyrgyzstan,
citizen2005[at]yandex.ru

Nargis Zokirova,
Tajikistan
zokirova77 [at] mail.ru

Representative Names
in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan
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Lyudmila Burenkova,
technical editor,
lyuda [at] cjes.ru

Elena Dorokhova,
design,
inwork[at]frw.ru
No. 10 (10) July 2005
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CONTENTS OF THE NUMBER
For a long time, "alignment"?
Dmitry Alyaev
Refugees of contention
Chronicle of two weeks
“White” and “Black” PR of the Kyrgyz Pearl
Abdusatar evening, Rasul Ibragimov, Daniyar Musaev
Daily is a luxury
Nigora Bukhari-hit
Uighurs: an uncertain future
Free James
Uzbeks Turkmenistan
Gulzhamal Nuriya
For a long time, "alignment"?
As we promised in the last issue, we continue to publish the materials of our authors on the problems of national minorities in the countries of Central Asia, which today are presented with articles on Kyrgyz Uygurs and Uzbeks in Turkmenistan. In addition, we continue to follow the fate of Uzbek refugees in Kyrgyzstan. Of course, official Bishkek can somehow be understood. Today it is, if I may say so, between several lights.
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Refugees of contention
For more than two months, the fate of more than four hundred citizens of Uzbekistan seeking asylum in Kyrgyzstan after the Andijan riots in May 2005 has not been decided. At first they were called refugees, now diplomatically “asylum seekers.” Tashkent is demanding that everyone be returned to Uzbekistan; official Bishkek is in principle not against such a solution to the problem, despite pressure from the international community. The issue of four citizens of Uzbekistan from a temporary camp in the Jalalabat region to the official authorities of Uzbekistan in early July of this year was almost scandalous.
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Chronicle of two weeks
In Kazakhstan, the actively discussed “NGO case” continues. As it is known, the Parliament adopted bills, toughening measures to regulate public organizations. However, the President referred both draft laws “On the activities of international and foreign non-profit organizations in the Republic of Kazakhstan” and “On introducing amendments and addenda to some legislative acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on non-profit organizations” to the Constitutional Council for the compliance of these documents with the Constitution of the country.
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“White” and “Black” PR of the Kyrgyz Pearl
The new authorities of Kyrgyzstan, like their predecessors, decided to revive the tourism industry in the country from Issyk-Kul, which is a kind of litmus paper of Kyrgyz tourism. It determines how the tourist season will pass, or how it has passed.
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Daily is a luxury
In the current conditions of delivery of the printed press to the reader in Tajikistan it is not possible to issue daily newspapers. After the failed attempt by the media company “Charhi Gardun” to publish the independent newspaper “Time and Money”, the editors of a number of periodicals launched an initiative to create an alternative distribution system for newspapers. Since 1992, due to economic problems, all newspapers in Tajikistan have switched to a weekly publication.
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Uighurs: an uncertain future
The Uigurs living in the countries of Central Asia became a kind of bargaining chip in relations with the People's Republic of China. Since the beginning of the 1990s, the political activity of the Uigurs in the region has sharply increased. New newspapers, public organizations have appeared. The activity of national-cultural centers was intensified. Such activization of the Uyghur organizations in the region met the alertness of the official authorities of China, which exaggerates the issue of the so-called Uygur separatism and extremism, creating the image of the enemy in the person of the Uyghurs.
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Uzbeks Turkmenistan
It is unlikely that anyone would be surprised to pose the question of national problems in the countries of the post-Soviet space. Almost everywhere, this issue is not resolved in favor of national minorities. However, another is interesting. Proclaiming the Soviet (and earlier) time as a “prison” of peoples, in each state the titular nation raised the theme of national discrimination in the USSR on the banners. But that “discrimination” cannot be compared with what is happening now with national minorities, especially in the countries of Central Asia.
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