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Wrong Rustam Inoyatov?

Rustam Inoyatov

Head of Domestic Intelligence Service

Uzbekistan

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Uzbekistan

Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

Dear


Head

SNB


Minister of Internal Affairs Zokir Almatov, General Public Prosecutor Abdurashid Kodirov

Ombudsman Sayora Rashidova


Affiliations

State Border

Chairman, Committee On Protection


The EU

Member


National Security Services, Inc

Chairman


Education

School of Eastern Culture at Tashkent State University


Web References(91 Total References)


www.punditnetwork.com

Rustam Inoyatov has served as Uzbekistan's Head of National Security since 1995.
He is the leader of the Tashkent clan. During Karimov's rule, Inoyatov was widely considered to be the second most powerful man in Uzbekistan. He is conservative and nationalistic. He is 72 years old. Inoyatov and Mirziyoyev are members of rival clans and have played out a bitter personal rivalry within Uzbek politics. Thus, both Inoyatov and Mirziyoyev have significant power bases. One solution suggested by analysts sees Mirziyoyev assuming the Presidency while Inoyatov becomes the power "behind the throne.


www.eurasianet.org

As well as her mother and sister, Karimova has blamed Rustam Inoyatov, the head of Uzbekistan's domestic intelligence service (known as the SNB), for her woes.


www.uznews.net

It is possible that the head of Uzbekistan's secret police (SNB) Rustam Inoyatov may have been forced to resign, according to the informed sources.


www.hcaccess.com

Gulnara Karimova, the daughter of Uzbekistan's President Islam Karimov, accused Rustam Inoyatov, the chief of the National Security Service (SNB), of harboring aspirations to seize power in the country.


www.hcaccess.com

Gulnara Karimova, the daughter of Uzbekistan's President Islam Karimov, accused Rustam Inoyatov, the chief of the National Security Service (SNB), of harboring aspirations to seize power in the country.
The charge, delivered via Karimova's Twitter account, came only a few days after she claimed that the SNB tried to poison her with mercury. We believe these outbursts are the consequence of an ongoing, bitter family feud boiling over into the public sphere. According to Kazakh and international media, in mid-September 2013 Inoyatov brought evidence to President Karimov that his daughter was encouraging her cousin Akbarali Abdullaev (son of Tamara Sobirova, the first lady's sister) to pursue the presidency following Karimov's death.


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