Karachayevo-Cherkessiya Government

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"The Small Country" of Rashid Temrezov


Lying in the shadow of events in the beautiful Caucasian republics such as Dagestan or Chechnya, where the Islamic shrines are bought at the expense of budget funds, "hides" beautiful Karachay-Cherkessia, whose President, most esteemed Rashid Temrezov, is a member of Mustafa Batdyev's clan (ex-President of the Republic), whose son-in-law was sentenced for banditry and the murder of seven people.