President held criminally liable

Kyrgyz interim government passed a decree to lift the immunity of the first president, Askar Akayev, "Interfax", the press service of the Cabinet.

"Kyrgyz President Roza Otunbayeva on August 12 signed the document," — said the press service said.

Attorney General's Office asked to "take all necessary measures to bring to justice Akaev and his extradition to Kyrgyzstan", — said the press service.

The Decree entered into force upon signature.

According to the press service, Akayev accused of committing a serious crime — that allowed the use of firearms against civilians, in the transfer of Kyrgyz land to China and Kazakhstan, as well as — "the destruction of the national wealth, the usurpation of state power through so-called popular referenda. "

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