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Civil society in Uzbekistan hindered in ability to contain COVID-19 corruption

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Shortly after Uzbekistan began battling to contain its coronavirus outbreak, it successfully solicited aid from international financial institutions, but there are concerns some of that money is now being stolen, according to Eurasianet.   Speaking last week, the chair of the Senate, Tanzila Narbayeva, reportedly said the anti-corruption agency had discovered that more than US$171,000 Read More

CPT to convene its extraordinary congress for nomination of candidate for president on September 5

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CPT leader Miroj Abdulloyev, who is member of Tajikistan’s lower chamber (Majlisi Namoyandagon) of parliament, says about 100 delegates from all regions of the country are expected to participate in the upcoming congress.   “They will discuss the party’s election program and the issue of nomination of the party candidate for president,” Abdulloyev said.   Read More

182 other Tajik nationals returned to Dushanbe form Kazakhstan on August 10

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Somon Air brought 182 Tajik nationals from Almaty to Dushanbe on Monday on behalf of the government and in cooperation with the Kazakh authorities, according to the Tajik MFA information department.   Recall, Somon Air on August 4 brought 190 Tajik nationals from Almaty to Dushanbe.   Tajikistan also plan to organize a charter flight Read More

Tajik minister of transport tries to commit suicide, says Tajik chief prosecutor’s office

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“On August 11 at around 5:00 am, the Minister of Transport Khudoyor Khudoyorzoda tried to commit suicide by stabbing himself with a kitchen knife following family conflict. Finding out what happened, his wife A. Qalandarova, his son Nekrouz Khudoyorov, his daughter Zainoura Khudoyrova, his daughter-in-law Gulniso Sufishoyeva and other members of the family provided him Read More

Chinese leader stresses stopping wasting food, promoting thrift

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Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, made the requirement in an instruction, according to Xinhua.   Calling the issue of food waste shocking and distressing, Xi reportedly highlighted the need to maintain a sense of crisis regarding food security, especially amid the Read More

Twelve children drowned in rivers and lakes in Tajikistan this summer

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In all cases, carelessness of adults and parents has become the main cause of the tragedies, Yusufi noted.   Over the first summer month (June) alone, 28 people, including 9 teens under the age of 16, have reportedly drowned in rivers and lakes of Tajikistan.   Despite the Emergencies Committee repeated warnings to observe water Read More