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[Opinion] Critic of Kyrgyz President Faces Jail
Ismail Isakov, faces 8 years in prison for standing against Bakiev
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Published 2009-12-04 14:09 (KST)   
The dangerous political regime in the Kyrgyz Republic has turned the country into a prison for free people.

Anyone who disagrees with Bakiev regime, or has any different opinion at all, who is fighting for the rights and freedoms of the people, who wants to see country free of corruption is being persecuted.

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Thousands of honest and open minded folks who advocate human dignity with the right to live freely are inscribed in black "punitive" lists and subjected to severe persecution by a regime which has shown it is willing to illegally arrest Kyrgyz citizens, like in the city of Balykchy where they were brutally tortured.

The case of Ismail Isakov mirrors the current government. Bakiev and "helpers" want to silence an honest man, a true patriot of his homeland who initiated important reforms in the armed forces of the Kyrgyz Republic.

General Ismail Isakov, reasonably and directly accused Bakiev of involvment in the 2002 slaying of demonstrators in the Aksy region of the Kyrgyz Republic. He raised his voice against a consolidation of power in the country, Bakiev and corruption, which became the core of President Bakiev셲 family. For this crime, the regime is persecuting Ismail Isakov.

He faces 8 years in prison, because he decided to put an end to Bakiev셲 power; power that is a danger to the Kyrgyz Republic.
Army General Ismail Isakov
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Who are the judges in the case? Bakiev associates. Those who usurped power by fraud and violence. Bakiev who gave the command to kill peaceful Aksy residents and shamefully hid behind the others, knocking his entire blame on somebody else?

Who, in the wake of the protesters, the movement which was organized by leaders such as Ismail Isakov, came to power with high promises in 2005? Who denounced the former president셲 policy and in the short term has surpassed him on this part? Who constantly mismanaged and capitalized on wealth of our country in the interests of his own family?

Can Bakiev be a judge? Can he be trusted to select judges? Who else believes in Bakiev's justice? No man of honor and conscience.

On the contrary, Bakiev is now facing the trial of the Kyrgyz people and history.
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