TAJIKISTAN: SIGNIFICANCE OF AN INDICTMENT.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 3 Issue: 186
Tajik authorities have forwarded to the Supreme Court the criminal case against alleged perpetrators of the assassination attempt on President Imomali Rahmonov, which was carried out on April 30 in Hojent, the administrative center of Leninabad region. (See Monitor, May 1-2) The accused include Abdulhafiz Abdulloev, brother of former prime minister and current leader of the National Revival Bloc, Abdumalik Abdullojonov. (Radio Dushanbe, October 3)
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