Interpol puts Bakiyev's Son on Wanted List

    The International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) posted on its site a message about the search of the son of Kyrgyzstan ex-President, Kurmanbek Bakiev, Maxim Bakiev, Kazakhstan Today reports citing RIA RosBusinessConsulting (RBC).
    Bakiev has been put on wanted list by the decision of May Day court of Bishkek. He is accused of swindle. Before, the disorders, Bakiev headed the state agency for management of the state companies' assets.
    Bakiev's younger son was in the USA, during the disorders in Kyrgyzstan, and then left for Latvia. According to mass media, he has left Latvia.
    The investigation services of the new authorities of Kyrgyzstan have instigated the case against Bakiev accusing him of abusing his powers, inexpedient use of the state credit, and corruption schemes, according to Kazakhstan Today.