Akbarsho Iskandrov

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Akbarsho Iskandrov
Acting President of Tajikistan
In office
7 September 1992 – 20 November 1992
Prime Minister Akbar Mirzoyev
Abdumalik Abdullajanov
Preceded by Rahmon Nabiyev
Succeeded by Emomali Rahmon (As a Chairman of the Supreme Assembly)
In office
6 October 1991 – 2 December 1991
Prime Minister Izatullo Khayoyev
Preceded by Rahmon Nabiyev
Succeeded by Rahmon Nabiyev
Personal details
Born (1951-08-01) 1 August 1951 (age 64)
Religion Islam

Akbarsho Iskandarov (born 1 August 1951)[1] is a Tajik politician who was twice Acting President of Tajikistan.

From October 6, 1991 to December 2, 1991, he acted as President when Rahmon Nabiyev stepped down to fight Tajikistan's first presidential election. Nabiyev won the election and took over as the first popularly elected president in the country's history, but resigned in September 1992, following a coup d'état.[2] Iskandrov again took the interim presidency and later resigned on 20 November 1992, after which the office of President was abolished and Emomalii Rahmon was installed as head of state.[3] Iskandarov also served as Ambassador to Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "ИСКАНДАРОВ Акбаршо". centrasia.ru. 
  2. ^ "Chronology for Uzbeks in Tajikistan". UNHCR website. 
  3. ^ "Tadzhikistan: Fear of Torture...". Amnesty International website. 
Preceded by
Rahmon Nabiyev
Acting President of Tajikistan - First Term
6 October 1991 - 2 December 1991
Succeeded by
Rahmon Nabiyev
Preceded by
Rahmon Nabiyev
Acting President of Tajikistan - Second Term
7 September 1992 – 20 November 1992
Succeeded by
Presidency abolished