Former Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan detained for corruption

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Xinhua news agency, Bishkek, January 27 (reporter Guan jianwunurran) – the information bureau of Kyrgyzstan’s National Security Council announced on the 27th that former Prime Minister abulgaziev of Kyrgyzstan has been detained for suspected corruption. According to the source, during his term as prime minister, abulgaziev illegally obtained high assets against the interests of the state and citizens, in violation of national laws. In order to legalize the illegal income, he registered in Bishkek, Chuhe and isek lake with false names and bought expensive movable and real estate. He also invested in the construction of a number of high-end apartment houses. Aburgaziev was appointed Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan in April 2018 and resigned in June 2020. Before abulgaziev resigned, some Kyrgyz members revealed that the Kyrgyz government sold two radio frequencies at a price far below the market price, and the transaction could not be completed without abulgaziev’s permission.

Xinhua news agency, Bishkek, January 27 (reporter Guan jianwunurran) – the information bureau of Kyrgyzstan’s National Security Council announced on the 27th that former Prime Minister abulgaziev of Kyrgyzstan has been detained for suspected corruption.

According to the source, during his term as prime minister, abulgaziev illegally obtained high assets against the interests of the state and citizens, in violation of national laws. In order to legalize the illegal income, he registered in Bishkek, Chuhe and isek lake with false names and bought expensive movable and real estate. He also invested in the construction of a number of high-end apartment houses.

Aburgaziev was appointed Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan in April 2018 and resigned in June 2020. Before abulgaziev resigned, some Kyrgyz members revealed that the Kyrgyz government sold two radio frequencies at a price far below the market price, and the transaction could not be completed without abulgaziev’s permission.

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