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On November 29, one of the main suspects, Lolagul Kallikhanova, said that she regretted what she had done during the trial in Bukhara over the Nukus unrest in July this year.

Speaking in the courtroom, Kallikhanova answered "I don't know" to the question "Do you know what legal norms exist in the legislation regarding the premature termination of the powers of deputies and the Chairman of the Dzhokorg Kenes?"

Question: How did you want your video message about the secession of Karakalpakstan from Uzbekistan on the basis of a referendum demanding the dismissal of the deputies and chairman of the Council of Ministers to be affected by the network users?

Kallikhanova: Let the deputies of Dzhokorgi Kenges and those sitting above pay attention to these things. Stop this change before it becomes a big deal. I really didn't want it to become a big deal. I thought the people would rise. However, I did not think that the war would turn out to this extent," she answered.

The journalist also said that "everything published in the media should be studied by the heads of state administration bodies. "I did this thing (publishing a video message) with the aim that after I do it, they will react in some way and come before the people," he said.

Lolagul Kallikhanova added that she now understands that her video message had a negative influence on people.

“Now, I understand that it had a bad effect on people, that it provoked aggression and radical ideas. To be honest, I did it to attract attention and make the leaders pay some attention,” Lolagul Kallikhanova concluded.

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