Uzbekistan reforms: Activists demand more changes

Most Uzbeks back president Mirziyoyev's reform process but they complain about difficulties such as finding jobs.

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    Not long ago, Uzbekistan was described as one of the world's most closed countries, ruled by a dictatorship.

    Three years after the death of long-time leader Islam Karimov, his successor is being credited with significant reforms. But critics are not satisfied yet.

    Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen reports from Tashkent.


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