A documentary about June 2010 events presented in Kyrgyzstan
25/05-2011 14:40, Bishkek – 24.kg news agency , by Tolgonai OSMONGAZIEVA
A documentary about June 2010 events was presented during parliamentary hearings in Kyrgyzstan.
“The film represents only half of the facts and if someone will want to lodge a lawsuit against me I am ready. The second part is coming soon,” said the author, member of Ata-Zhurt faction Zhyldyzkan Dzholdosheva.
The documentary tells about corrupted regimes of Askar Akaev and Kurmanbek Bakiyev and reasons of their overthrow. After April revolution the brother of the president for transitional period Bolot Otunbayev entered into the SDPK party’s leadership. Brother and retinue of Omurbek Tekebaev occupied key political offices following the example of ex-President Bakiyev.
The film shows the developments during June tragedy when leader Ata-Zhurt faction Kamchybek Tashiev and the Speaker Akhmatbek Keldibekov were among the first who arrived to the southern regions. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev responding to the request of Roza Otunbayeva saying that Russia didn’t intend to interfere into internal affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic. A voiceover says: “First days of the tragedy demonstrated the preparedness of the Uzbek separatists.” Uzbeks and Kyrgyz blamed each other in the tragedy.
The documentary shows confession of Azizullo Tashirov who said how he killed the Chief of Kara-Suu Department of Internal Affairs Adyl Sultanov and his driver Uran Shaimurzaev. There are frames where young Kyrgyz girl tells about her raping. The film shows Uzbeks also who are telling about outrages made by Kyrgyz.
“If authorities would give assessment to events happened in 1990 in due time and punished the culprits then the June 2010 tragedy didn’t happen in the south,” the film says.
The documentary says that Kadyrzhan Batyrov demanded autonomy for Uzbeks, recognition of Uzbek as official language, representation of Uzbeks in the government and army. At the same time the film shows how the Governor of Jalal-Abad oblast Bektur Asanov welcomes Batyrov’s statements.
“Today Uzbeks themselves admit they started the June tragedy. But we shouldn’t blame the ordinary people. Regimes of Akaev and Bakiyev carried out antisocial politics caused the June tragedy. Members of the interim government were occupied with power’s carve-up,” it is said in the documentary.
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