Sidiqov, Farrukh Fazlidinovich

Gender: .
State of concern: .

Who, Why and How exiled:

Upon his release from detention in Tajikistan, he went into hiding in Tajikistan. In 2005, he arrived and settled in Russia (European Court of Human Rights, 2013).

Category of exile: . (Definitions here.)
Alleged affiliation: Hizb ut-Tahrir.

Which stages experienced: Stage 1   Stage 2   not Stage 3. (Definitions here.)
Date of most serious incident: 2010.
Violence experienced: .

Stage 1 details (accusations/ charges/ Interpol notice/ extradition requests):

In 2005, Tajik authorities accused him of being a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir and put him on wanted list (European Court of Human Rights, 2013).

Stage 2 details (arrest/ detention/ extradition):

In 2003 the Tajikistani authorities arrested him after finding leaflets published by Hizb ut-Tahrir in an outhouse belonging to him. According to him  the leaflets were planted there (European Court of Human Rights, 2013).

In 2010 his extradition was ordered and upheld by courts, but it was not enforced in view of the application for temporary asylum that he lodged in December 2011, which was accepted in August 2012 and grants him protection for one year (European Court of Human Rights, 2013).

Other actions during Stages 1–3 (dispossession/ overseas assets frozen/ intimidation/ action against associates/ …):

In 2006, the Tajik authorities instigated criminal proceedings against his wife, Sidiqova Umedakhon Ganiyevna (European Court of Human Rights,2013).

International arrest warrant: .

Countries of transit, asylum and/or residence: .

Legal status (refugee/ asylum seeker/ resident):

Asylum Seeker.

Current status:

Gained asylum in Russia in 2011 (European Court of Human Rights, 2013).

Legal sources:

European Court of Human Rights, 2013.  "CASE OF SIDIKOVY v. RUSSIA", 20th June 2013.[Online]. Available at: