Former Kyrgyz President finds job as math teacher

by Andy on 8/3/2005 · 2 comments

Askar Akayev, who was booted uncerimoniously out of the Kyrgyz Presidency after their revolution earlier this year has found himself a new job teaching math at Moscow State University, Interfax reports.

University Rector Viktor Sadovnichy has proposed that Akayev give lectures to post-graduates and doctors of the Systems Mathematics Institute which Sadovnichy heads, a source in the University management told Interfax.

“Akayev agreed and we expect him to begin work in September,” the source said.


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BG August 3, 2005 at 10:34 am

Kyrgyzstan + 15 years of Akayev + (0 x reforms) = Bakiev

Procrastinator August 3, 2005 at 11:04 am

Maybe when, if Tony Blair – possibly – maybe steps down as British P.M., he could do the same. It’s an option.

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