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The human rights activist spoke about the court proceedings on the Nukus unrest.

Azam Farmonov, head of the "Legal Support" association, assessed the trial of the participants of the Nukus events.

“There are reasons why the court is deemed by many as ‘unprecedentedly transparent.’ Because Uzbekistan courts were notorious for their clandestine activities. Many people, including me and my “Huquqiy tayanch” association, used to be completely dissatisfied with the judicial system.”

I saw a very unusual situation in the court that started on the Nukus unrest - the court is really very overt. For example, court ethics are fully observed during the trial. Any simple oral or written requests made by the defendants are being considered and executed. As mentioned above, these circumstances are a reason to call it "unprecedentedly open," Farmonov said.

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