International organization voices doubts in impartial investigation of events in the south of Kyrgyzstan
Human Rights Watch voices doubts in impartial investigation of south events by law enforcement agencies of Kyrgyzstan, 24.kg reported. Ole Solvang, emergencies researcher at Human Rights Watch stated today at the presentation of the report for Osh events.
He said that the investigation has an "Uzbek deviation". Ole Solvang noted that security officers mostly detained ethnic Uzbeks; locals were tortured at least in 60 cases by estimate of Human Rights Watch.
"We don't see any concrete attempts to investigate and bring to responsibility everybody who violates law during carrying out investigation," Ole Solvang stressed.