Kyrgyzstan Supreme Court back in business after protests end

[JURIST] The chairman of the Kyrgyzstan Supreme Court said Tuesday that the court was getting back to work on Tuesday after a month of disruptions cause by protests [JURIST report] and occupation of their courthouse in the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek. Supporters of defeated political candidates from elections earlier in the year had occupied the building to demonstrate against court decisions that they felt were unfair. The protests caused a huge backlog of cases. AP has more.

 

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