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Kyrgyzstan – A Weak State, Political Instability: The Civil Society Caught Up In The Turmoil

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1 September 2010
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Asia-Pacific
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Kyrgyzstan – A Weak State, Political Instability: The Civil Society Caught Up In The Turmoil

An international fact finding mission, led to the publication of this report in which the authors argue that the human rights violations committed in Kyrgyzstan are the result of the slow deterioration of the political and social situation in the country. They list and analyse the Human Rights violations committed during the events in April and June 2010, after examining the constitution and referendum.

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