A Tajik’s opposition figure deported from Poland

Warsaw (News Desk)

Poland deported an opposition political worker of Tajikistan to his homeland last week.

According to media reports, Mustafo Hayotov, the activist of political movement “Group-24” was deported from Poland to Tajikistan after above one year of stay in deportation center in Poland as he was in the center since June 2018.

It should be noted that it is for the first time an activist of Group-24 was deported from Poland to Tajikistan.

Human rights activists expressed grave concerns on this Polish decision a saying the opposition political activist will face torture in the imprisonment in Tajikistan.

Group 24 is a Tajik opposition movement based predominantly abroad due to repressions inside Tajikistan. The movement was founded in Moscow in 2012 by Tajik politician Umarali Quvvatov after he left Tajikistan.

Group 24 opposes the rule of the Tajik president Emomali Rahmon, accusing him of bad governance, corruption and nepotism.

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