Ahmad A'zam

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Ahmad A'zam
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Born Аҳмад Аъзам
(1949-06-28)28 June 1949
Samarkand, Uzbekistan
Died (2014-01-04)4 January 2014
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Occupation Writer
Years active
  • 1972–1969 (journalist)
  • 1990–2004 (activist)
  • 1987–2014 (writer)

Ahmad A'zam (Аҳмад Аъзам) (28 June 1949 – 4 January 2014)[1] was an Uzbek writer, author, journalist, scriptwriter and literature critic.[2]

Life[edit]

Ahmad A'zam was born in Jomboy region (Ghazira village) of Samarkand city in Uzbekistan.[3]

From 1995, he was the main editor of "National Television and Radio Company of Uzbekistan",[4] director of "Uzbekistan channel"[5] and "O'zbektelefilm" studio. He is the author of television shows, programmes and documentaries including: "O’zlik", "Xalqning ko’ngli", To’rtinchi hokimiyat" .

His political involvement included co-chairmanship of "Birlik" Opposition Movement and Erk/Liberty Democratic Party where he was General Secretary of the Central Council. He was also member of Uzbek Parliament (Oliy Majlis) from 1999 to 2004.

Works[edit]

His published works and books include "Oyning gardishi",[6] "Bu kunning davomi", "Asqartog' tomonlarda",[7] "Soyasini yo'qotgan odam",[8] "O'zi uylanmagan sovchi",[9] "O'zim bilan o'zim",[10] "Mas'ul so'z" and others.

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