Tale-Telling that Bakiyev is Another Thug-Sin
They both fled their countries after their ousters from power and are wanted by their countries right now and became fugitives. They are both accused of remotely controlling thugs that stirred up deadly blood-shed in their countries, and they had both denied.
I think Thailand should not had let Thug-Sin fled, and Kyrgyzstan should not had let Bakiyev fled similarly. And I warn that Singaporeans should NEVER let famiLEE flee. I also foresee that if Chen Shui Bian fled Taiwan, he will command his followers to stir up Huge turmoils that is potentially bloody and deadly also in Taiwan.
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Bakiyev Denies Involvement in Unrest in S. Kyrgyzsatn
2010-06-13 17:52:43 Xinhua Web Editor: Yang Yang
Kyrgyzstan's former president Kurmanbek Bakiyev denied on Sunday his alleged involvement in the unrest in southern Kyrgyzstan, the Interfax news agency reported.
"I state with responsibility that it is a brazen lie," Bakiyev said in the Belarussian capital of Minsk.
The ousted leader said the bloodshed must be stopped, and blamed the interim government for not "mobilizing necessary resources and localizing the conflict."
"Kyrgyzstan, as a republic, can lose its state sovereignty today. People are being killed and no one in the current government can protect them," Bakiyev said in a statement.
The Kyrgyz interim government declared a state of emergency and curfew in the southern cities of Jalalabad and Osh on Saturday as the unrest, which erupted Thursday due to inter-ethnic clashes, has killed at least 82 people and injured more than 1,000.
Kyrgyz police detain Bakiyev's snipers
Belarus recieved extradition request for Bakiyev in original
Belarus recieved extradition request for Bakiyev in original 31
11:52, — Politics
Materials of the case at 18 pages are "studied" at the moment.
As BelaPAN has been informed by The Belarusian Prosecutor General’s Office, it has recieved by post an extradition request for ousted Kyrgyz President Kurmanbek Bakiyev and materials against him.
As said by the interlocutor of the agency, the materials at 18 pages are studied at the moment. We remind that a copy of the extradition request was recieved from Kyrgyzstan on May 11.
We remind that Kurmanbek Bakiyev stays in Belarus since April 19. The decision to offer him political asylum was adopted by Alyaksandr Lukashenka personally. It caused protest of the new government of Kyrgyzstan and the families of the killed protesters, at whom Bakiyev ordered to open fire. Pickets are held near the Embassy of Belarus in Bishkek constantly. The new government of Kyrgyzstan demands to extradite Bakiyev to his country, however the Belarusian authorities refuse to do that.
It is known that Bakiyev with one of his inofficial wives and children lives in Lukashenka's residence in Drazdy or in Berezensky natural reserve.