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Oleg Panfilov,
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Dmitry Alyaev,
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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
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Lyudmila Burenkova,
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Elena Dorokhova,
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№ 18 (38) September 2006
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CONTENTS OF THE NUMBER
Stubborn déjà vu
Dmitry Alyaev
Slave educational program
Svetlana Gafarova (OSH)
Kurulta waiting
A diamond stylus (OSH)
Kill the journalist
Murad Aytakov (Ashgabat)
"Cotton" children
Rahmon Boltaev (Dushanbe)
Basarization HEI
Nafisa Zahidova (Karshi)
Passport long-suffering
With measles (demonstrations)
He sings quietly about human rights ...
Igor Kindop, Karina Nusupbaeva (Almaty)
Nazarbayev to winners
Bakhytzhan Bukharbayev (Almaty)
Stubborn déjà vu
Recently, a Radio Liberty correspondent Ogulsapar Muradova was killed in prison in Turkmenistan. According to the authorities, she died by chance. As they say, "fell from a tree on an ax". She was convicted for possession of ammunition, apparently, the court decided to convince everyone that in the basement, a 58-year-old woman kept a warehouse for Bumblebees and Kalashnikovs and had far-reaching anti-constitutional plans.
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Slave educational program
According to the State Committee on Migration and Employment, 22% of the population of Kyrgyzstan, that is, one in eight, identify themselves as unemployed, not counting labor migrants who are outside the republic. On one free seat claim an average of 19 people. This is a high level of unemployment, which is one of the most urgent problems of a small republic with a population of just over five million people.
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Kurulta waiting
Kyrgyzstan experienced another (!) One kurultai, a kind of popular assembly. This is the eighth kurultai in the modern history of the country. Previously, Askar Akayev liked to conduct them on a universal scale. Now this baton was intercepted by his opponents yesterday. As a result, the very culture of Kurultay as a national assembly completely discredited itself. Why? Yes, because on each kurultai the people of a single taken deputy, president or party gather.
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Kill the journalist
The material would have to be called "Kill the President." But, alas, we live in such a time and in such a space that this expression becomes much more than sedition. Even if someone thought you thought so. Presidents have become celestials. Write about them with a negative (or think) is already a crime. And it is punished in the most banal way.
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"Cotton" children
In early September, the office of the Republican Bureau for Human Rights and Rule of Law of Tajikistan received information that in the south of the republic in the Shaartuz and Beshkent districts of the Khatlon region, by order of local authorities, students of grades 6-11 are attracted to picking cotton during school hours. And this is happening despite the fact that on September 12, at a government working meeting, the President of Tajikistan, Emomali Rakhmonov, ordered that general education students and students of higher educational institutions not be involved in picking cotton.
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Basarization HEI
- It is not a secret for anyone that grades are bought in our universities. The entire education system is completely saturated with bribery, says Akmal, a student of the University of World Economy and Diplomacy (UWED), to close one subject, for example, physical education, I pay 6 thousand sums (about $ 6) for 2 semesters. Teachers in other subjects require more, ranging from $ 10 to $ 50. Have to pay.
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Passport long-suffering
The passport problem in Kyrgyzstan, which has not been resolved over the past three years, threatens to become a serious test for the new government. According to local media, more than 700 thousand citizens of the Kyrgyz Republic need identity cards, that is, passports.
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He sings quietly about human rights ...
Working groups, mainly consisting of representatives of non-governmental organizations, for several years monitored the situation with the observance of human rights in the spheres of migration, interethnic policies, as well as in relation to children. On the sidelines, there was even the opinion that the myth of interethnic friendship, cultivated in Kazakhstan, will crumble like a house of cards, if we look more closely at the scope of the observance of the rights of national minorities.
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Nazarbayev to winners
Not this year. In the next - can. Like every inhabitant of our planet with you. The deadline for submitting an application for the nomination of a candidate is February 1. Some candidates received the award from the first "arrival", while others, including George W. Bush, the leader of the Irish rock band Bono, Hamid Karzai and others, "roam" in the list of nominees from year to year.
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