Almaty. April 30. Kazakhstan Today - The provisional government of Kyrgyzstan has decided to give a monetary reward for capture of the people guilty of the massacre of people on April 7. Vice President of the provisional government, Almazbek Atambaev, informed yesterday, the agency reports citing RIA RosBusinessConsulting (RBC).
"It is quite probable that former president of Kyrgyzstan, Kurmanbek Bakiev, his brother, Zhanyshbek, and both his sons, Maxim and Marat Bakiev, are considered "the guilty" people. All of them are accused of ordering to shoot from the Government House in Bishkek at the demonstrators storming the building on April 7. As a result of shooting, more than 80 people have been shot and about 1.5 thousand participants of street disorders have been injured."
The State Office of Public Prosecutor of Kyrgyzstan charged the Bakiev's family with the criminal case 'murder of two or more people with the use of fire arms committed by other hired people."
According to RBC, earlier, the ex-president of Kyrgyzstan, K. Bakiev, who is now in Belarus by Alexander Lukashenko's invitation, has been deprived of president's inviolability. According to his last statements, he "is not coming back to Kyrgyzstan." K. Bakiev asserts that he formally remains the head of state as zhogorku kenesh (Parliament of Kyrgyzstan) has not accepted his resignation.
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