Kyrgyz government threatens force against Bakiyev
Bishkek: Kyrgyzstan`s interim government
could use force against ousted President Kurmanbek Bakiyev if
he tries to destabilise the country, interim official Omurbek
Tekebayev said Sunday on Kyrgyz radio.
"The interim government is prepared to use force in the
event that Bakiyev attempts to destabilise the situation,"
Bakiyev fled the capital Bishkek on Wednesday amid
massive protests against his rule. Interim Kyrgyz leader Roza
Otunbayeva has accused Bakiyev, who is now located in the
south of the country, of attempting to foment civil war.
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