Kyrgyz deputy investigation chief: Former Foreign Minister may spend 20 years in prison
The former Minister of Foreign Affairs Alikbek Jekshenkulov may face up to 20 years of imprisonment," deputy chief of the Main Investigation Department under the Kyrgyz Ministry of Interior Affairs Eshmurza Azimjanov told reporters on Tuesday, reported 24.kg.
This has nothing to do with politics. "The oppositionist will be placed behind bars if found guilty by court. In course of investigation the detainee insisted that no other persons had access to his honorary gun. However, the gun was previously traced in 2007 after a fight in the X.O. club, which involved Jekshenkulov's son. The latter is now announced internationally wanted," Azimjanov said.