Because of the escape of his brother Kurmanbek Bakiev brought criminal charges

Aug 05, 11 Because of the escape of his brother Kurmanbek Bakiev brought criminal charges

In Kyrgyzstan, criminal charges in connection with the escape Akhmat Bakiyev – brother of the deposed president. Reported K-News. Ahmad Bakiyev had previously been convicted of various crimes and sent to a colony-settlement.

Prosecuted under the article Escape from prison or custody. Another case was brought to the article Negligence (in respect of employees of the State Service of Corrections, which is suspected of improper performance of duties).

During the reign of Kurmanbek Bakiyev, his younger brother Ahmad considered shadow governor of Jalalabad. Officially, however, as the Fergana, he held a post of deputy of the local council.

After the overthrow of President Kurmanbek Bakiyev (he lost his office in a coup in April 2010, then left the country), Ahmad was arrested. The new government has accused him in a variety of crimes: the organization of illegal armed formation, illegal possession of weapons, organizing riots, inciting ethnic hatred and the seizure of land.

In early August 2011 he was sentenced to seven years in prison. However, later in connection with the amnesty his sentence was reduced (in the late 2011 lawyer Ahmad Bakiyev even claimed that his client will soon be released). In early 2012 a relative of ex-president was moved from colony to colony-settlement. In fact, it meant liberation: the convicted person is no longer in custody, he had to do was to report regularly to the penal colony.

In early March it became known that the convicted person has escaped. In fact, this was reflected in the fact that he arrived in the colony-settlement from the hospital, where he was treated. For whatever reason, was made an escape (given that it softened the punishment, and the term punishment, according to a lawyer convicted, came to an end), is unknown.

After the overthrow of President Kurmanbek Bakiyev in the country was also convicted him nephew of Sanjar. He was sentenced to ten years in prison on charges of riots and attacks on government officials. The very ex-president after the revolution in 2010 moved to Belarus. Revolutionary government of Kyrgyzstan demanded his extradition, but were refused.