Tadzhikalilov, Faez

State of concern: .
Original citizenship: .
Alleged affiliation: 2005 Andijan Uprising.
Which stages experienced: not Stage 1   Stage 2   Stage 3
Class of most serious incident: .
Date of most serious incident: August 2006.
Countries of transit, asylum and/or residence: .
Exiled? Yes.
Category of exile: , .

Who, Why and How exiled: Tadzhikalilov fled from Adizhan following the attacks of security forces on mainly unarmed demonstrators.

Stage 2 details (arrest/ detention/ extradition): In September 2005, whilst his refugee status was still in the process of being reviewed, he was detained with four others - Zhakhongir Maksudov, Odilzhon Rakhimov, Yakub Toshboev and Rasulzhon Pirmatov. The men were alleged by Uzbekistani authorities to have been involved in the murder of the Andizhan city prosecutor in May 2005.

Stage 3 details (attack/ abduction/ rendition/ torture/ assassination/ death): In August 2006, Tadzhikalilov and the four other men were extradited to Uzbekistan. The Kyrgyzstani authorities had reportedly been given diplomatic assurances by Uzbekistan that the five men would be treated according to Uzbekistani criminal legislation and that international organizations would be granted access to them. However, the five were reportedly held incommunicado in Uzbekistan. In November 2006, it was announced that a criminal investigation into the cases of the five men had been completed, and that all five had been charged with the murder of the Andizhan city prosecutor in May 2005.

Press sources: Amnesty International (2007). Europe and Central Asia: Summary of Amnesty International's Concerns in the Region July-December 2006