Source Pravda.Ru

Interim Kyrgyz leader plans investigation into storming of government headquarters

Kyrgyzstan's acting president Kurmanbek Bakiyev announced plans Tuesday for an investigation into last week's storming of the government headquarters, which led to President Askar Akayev's ouster and his own appointment as interim leader.

Bakiyev told presidential administration staff to draft a decree to create a commission that would investigate the seizure.

Associated Press

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