On weekdays, whoever wants to get a handout from the master, mostly her acquaintances, visits the office. On holidays, directors and managers of enterprises come in bearing gifts and offerings. Her driver is constantly busy taking gifts back to her house.
Countries in Asia and Oceania that protect human dignity, human rights, civil liberties and the rule of law, should withdraw their participation, because these Games are primarily aimed not at promoting sports, but at strengthening the personality cult and personal enrichment of the dictator Gurbanguly Berdymuhamedov.
The authorities have not yet set exact dates for the visit and have not disclosed the list of diplomats that will be allowed into the prison. Other sources, including ones within the diplomatic ranks, could not confirm the news.
The most important issue, however, is the cost of the imported goods. They will say that, according to their data, the oil you are importing costs 50 cents, not $1, and they will give you back the contract, unstamped.
The policemen then forced the transgender woman to undress, pull her underwear and bend over. They seemingly wanted to ascertain that the person they were interrogating was a male, before pointing at the stains in her underwear.
Maybe one of the new inmates, like Gurbanbibi Atajanova with a fishing rod in her hand, will serve his sentence somewhere in the Turkmenbashi Bay or, better yet, in the Avaza resort area. This is not too far-fetched: after all everything has its price…
Reports from the capital said that at this time the monument is being fenced off and wrapped in a net. Bus passengers riding by the monument said that the statue is no longer visible behind the fence and could have already been removed.
Into the night, the line grew from several dozens to at least three hundred cars. Policemen whistled and waved their batons in an effort to disperse the drivers and restore order, but the drivers refused to leave, saying they otherwise would “have to pay three times more to fill the tank” the next day.
On August 13, 2015 the locomotives were finally delivered to the Farab station. One year later, in September 2016, Nepes Byashimov, Turkmengaz’s deputy chairman, assured the partners that the payment for the shipment would be executed “in the near future,” yet the outstanding debt of $2,451,000 remains unpaid at the time of writing.