Baku, Azerbaijan, Dec. 2
By Rahim Zamanov - Trend:
Tajikistan's newly re-elected President Emomali Rahmon is going to continue reshuffles in the government of the country, Asia-Plus agency reported on Dec. 2.
A new wave of reshuffles after the recent chages, made by Mr. Rahmon last week, is expected one of these days, a source, who asked not to be identified, told the agency.
The head of state is also expected to change the structure of the Tajik presidential executive apparatus.
The source added that Tajik ambassadors to several countries as well as a number of deputy ministers are expected to be changed.
The presidential elections in Tajikistan took place on Nov. 6.