Soros Shut Down

Nazarov, Erkin
April 2004
Transitions Online;4/26/2004, pN.PAG
Reports on the decision of the government of Uzbekistan to reject an application by the Open Society Institute Assistance Foundation run by philanthropist George Soros to continue operation, as of April 26, 2004. Reason behind the rejection; Total amount spent by the charity on education, public health, culture, economic and small business support in Uzbekistan in 2003; Plan of the foundation to appeal the decision.


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