LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL
On 17 May 2013, Tashkent City Criminal Court sentenced six Muslims. These Muslim men were arrested in connection with prominent Uzbek Imam, Obidkhon Nazarov in December 2012. They were residents of Shaykhantahur and Olmazor districts in Tashkent city. BBC Uzbek published about arrests: (bbc.co.uk). Continue reading “Six Muslims Sentenced in Tashkent”
1999. March 3rd.
Uzbekistan Human Rights Society
Following the terrorists in Tashkent on 16 February 1999 a series of explosions, the Human Rights Society of Uzbekistan (HRSU) expressed concern that the event can be used by the Uzbek authorities to start a new round of arrests of Muslim believers and members of non-violent opposition. Information coming to us in recent days confirm, unfortunately, our worst fears.
On the night of February 19 to 20, half of the 11 th to the house Botirzhona Nurmatova in a car such as “Field” arrived five employees of the Interior Ministry, three of whom were in civilian clothes, and two – in the form of Special Forces (masked). They presented a warrant to search the house B.Nurmatova and arrest him. B.Nurmatova parents say he was arrested in January 1998, and on July 13 of that year, the Tashkent City Court sentenced to death, but it was tainted by the Tashkent city prosecutor’s office. Continue reading “Tashkent: On 16 February 1999.”
Human Rights Society of Uzbekistan (HRSU)
Tragic event – a series of explosions in Tashkent – disturbed not only the population of Tashkent, but also all the people of Uzbekistan. Whoever was behind the scenes of these inhuman and heinous acts of terror and those who have not carried out the explosions that result in loss of life and caused considerable material damage, one thing is clear: it is the work of enemies of democracy, the supporters of destabilization in our society, the forces that beneficial to the people of Uzbekistan lived in constant fear. Continue reading “1999. 16 February. Tashkent.”
The representatives of the participating States of the Conference on
Security and Co-operation in Europe (CSCE), Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria,
Canada, Cyprus, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Finland, France, the German
Democratic Republic, the Federal Republic of Germany, Greece, the Holy
See, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta,
Monaco, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino,
Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics,
the United Kingdom, the United States of America and Yugoslavia, met in
Copenhagen from 5 to 29 June 1990, in accordance with the provisions
relating to the Conference on the Human Dimension of the CSCE contained
in the Concluding Document of the Vienna Follow-up Meeting of the CSCE.
The representative of Albania attended the Copenhagen Meeting as
The Draft Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan presented by the Constitutional Commission, shall be approved as a whole.
The Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan shall go into effect on December 8, 1992.
PROCLAIMING THE DATE OF ADOPTION OF THE NEW CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN, A NATIONAL HOLIDAY
The Supreme Council of the Republic of Uzbekistan has decreed the following:
In commemoration of adopting the Constitution of the independent Republic of Uzbekistan, December 8, the day on which the Constitution was adopted, shall be proclaimed a national holiday – the Constitution Day of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
December 8 shall be an official day off.
Welcome on our web pages!
First of all I would like to say some words about myself. My name is Talib Yakubov. I was born in 1941 in Uzbekistan. Since august 2006, I live in France, where I was granted asylum after I was forced to leave my home country. I am one of the founders of the Human Rights Society of Uzbekistan (HRSU), which was founded in February 1992. Since September 1996 I served as the Society’s secretary-general, and from October 2001 to May 2009 as its president. I am a mathematician, and have received my D.Sc. training in the Moscow V.I. Lenin Pedagogical Institute and the University of Kishinev. Continue reading “Welcome on our web pages!”
Once justice and legitimacy fade away
a state becomes a gang of bandits.
Opinion on the Human Rights Society of Uzbekistan regarding
the politics of Western political structures towards Uzbekistan
The Human Rights Society of Uzbekistan (HRSU) is living through the most difficult period in its history. Islam Karimov’s felonious regime strives for a complete annihilation of the first civic human rights organisation, created at the dawn of independence. The mere existence of the HRSU caused genuine discomfort for the authorities. The stance of Uzbekistan’s authorities towards the HRSU is very well illustrated by the fact that they rejected six times the Society’s requests for official registration. Continue reading “Society of Human Rights of Uzbekistan”
Once justice and legitimacy
fade away a state becomes a
gang of bandits.
Aiming to put pressure on representatives of the opposition and the human rights movement, the authorities of Uzbekistan have, for several years, have been assaulting, arresting and trying their children and other people close to them. Continue reading “Report from the Human Rights Society of Uzbekistan”