"(The prosecutor general has taken) a decision, effective from September 2, to put the National Bank governor under house arrest in relation to handing out more than $400,000 to the former Kyrgyz president in 1999," Sumar Nasiza, spokesman for the prosecutor, told journalists.
Sarbanov denied any wrongdoing. "I
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