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Gulnara Karimova and child labor

Gulnara Karimova and child labor in cotton plantations

Gulnara Karimova and child labor

Gulnara Karimova and child labor
Poverty in Uzbekistan roots in the system of extremely unfair distribution of wealth: 1% of the population owns 80% of the national income. Not only all power, but almost all of the assets owned by a narrow circle of the family of President Karimov, his family and entourage. 10-15 families actually own all of Uzbekistan. At the top of them – Gulnara Karimova, the eldest daughter of the president of Uzbekistan, Islam Karimov, and she is supposed to be the future owner of feudal Uzbekistan. Annually to the fields to work expel 2 million children from the age of 7 years old.

Gulnara Karimova and child labor

child labor on cotton plantations in Uzbekistan

Their working day lasts 8-10 hours, and so on for 2-3 months per year (2 months in the cotton harvest in the fall and another 2-3 weeks in mid season crops – its weeding). The average child in the cotton plantations earn $ 8-10 per month, and its free food at lunch little food. They can not refuse to work – in this case the child would be dismissed from the school, a relatively adult (13 – 14), would be beaten by police.

Last year in Uzbekistan was a criminal case, when the police hammered to death 17-year old boy, who stopped working before the time gone because of illness.

Gulnara Karimova and child labor

Gulnara Karimova

Mafia princess Gulnara Karimova studied in the U.S., there lived with an American husband, represented Uzbekistan at the UN (her younger sister Lola is representative of the country at UNESCO), was ambassador to Spain. Gulnara Karimova is a jewelry designer, fashion designer, philosopher and pop singer. Gulnara – a resident of Switzerland, lives in a villa (bought for $ 50 million.) There also are stored and laundered assets of Karimov clan.

In the interview with Gulnara Karimova magazine Forbes asked a question of how she managed to achieve commercial success, Karimova said, “Well, so you know, I graduated from Harvard! This is a very good school in terms of providing you with good tools for a living. ”

“Tool” for Karimov, Uzbek children are between the ages of seven who work an average of 70 hours a week, instead of going to school, “- added the Russia Today correspondent Catherine Grachev.

Swiss magazine Bilan traditionally publishes a list of the 300 richest people in Switzerland, last year both daughters of Uzbek President Islam Karimov were on the list. This year featured Gulnara paired with her sister Lola, representing Uzbekistan to UNESCO in Paris. According to the magazine Bilan, two sisters hold $ 1 billion, the eldest daughter of Uzbek President Gulnara Karimova controls 80% of Uzbekistan’s gas exports.

Of the other major players in the list is the daughter of Kazakhstan President Dinara Kulibayeva, with her 5.4 billion, according to the publication.

Gulnara Karimova and child labor

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