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Emomali Rahmon’s Regime Threatens Activists’ Families to Silence Voices Abroad.

Freedom for Eurasia has received reliable information about more cases of transnational repressions committed by Tajikistan against dissidents abroad. Highlighting the cases of Tajik dissidents Salim Sultonzoda and Bakhtiyor Safarov, Freedom for Eurasia underscores the severe repressive tactics employed by the Tajikistani regime against its opponents, which includes threats against family members to intimidate those …

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Kyrgyzstan. Statement of the Kempirabad political prisoners

To the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. To the Ambassadors of the Council of Europe, USA, UK, France, and Germany in Kyrgyzstan. To International and Kyrgyz Human Rights Organizations. To the Media. We, the Kempir-Abad prisoners, who have been detained for two years and are being tried behind closed doors, …

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Karakalpak victims of transnational repressions. Who are they?

Tleubike Yuldasheva is a Karakalpak activist who has been engaged in human rights activism since at least 2013. In 2019 in Nukus, on Freedom Square, Yuldasheva and another Karakalpak activist Perizat Begzhanova, with their children, tried to hold a peaceful protest over the lack of support for poor families, single mothers and unemployment benefits. The …

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Karakalpak Youtube blogger Mustafa Tursynbaev arrested

For decades, Uzbekistan has been notorious for its persecution of independent journalists and bloggers, despite President Mirziyoyev’s assertions of freedom of speech within the country. While official rhetoric may claim otherwise, the reality on the ground tells a different story. Recent reports from Freedom of Eurasia have shed light on the ongoing arrests of bloggers who dare …

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Uzbekistan’s transnational repressions against Karakalpak minority activists continues

Karakalpak activists living abroad are facing sentences in Uzbekistan in absentia. This  information was provided to Freedom for Eurasia by activist Koshkarbai Toremuratov, who is currently seeking asylum in Poland. Toremuratov Koshkarbai has been sentenced by the Nukus city court to five years and one month in prison under articles 159(1) and 244¹ (3) para …

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Revision procedure of the case of Dauletmurat Tajimuratov

Previously, the Supreme Court of Uzbekistan had scheduled the revision of human rights defender and lawyer Dauletmurat Tajimuratov’s case for April 22, 2024. However, since government bodies failed to respond to his prior requests, Tajimuratov requested the withdrawal of his revision complaint to gather more facts for his case. The Supreme Court granted Tajimuratov’s request …

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