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Who are teaching Kyrgyz president and government?

The correspondent of "San Francisco Chronicle" Philip Willan has been reported that the senior adviser of Kyrgyz president and government Eugene Gourevitch has emerged as a key player in a massive Italian Telecom fraud according to Rome court documents and published reports.

Charging Gourevitch with criminal conspiracy and money laundering, Judge Morgigni alleged the U.S. citizen had "created, managed and used... a series of companies through which he moved an enormous quantity of money constituting the 'cuts' destined for the various members of the conspiracy".

A 2008 article in The Times of Central Asia pointed out MGN's role as advisor to a consortium that participated in the privatization of Kyrgyzstan's national telecom operator Kyrgyztelecom and praised the bank for its "comprehensive AML (Anti-Money Laundering) Program". Writing as CEO of MGN Group, an international investment bank based in the Kyrgyz Republic, Gourevitch acknowledged that the country needed to improve corporate governance and transparency. "We have an educational role," he wrote in an article published in a special advertising section of BusinessWeek magazine. (http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/g/a/2010/03/07/urnidgns002570F3005978D8852576DF0080EC42.DTL)

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