In another resolution, lawmakers recommended that the Prosecutor-General's Office reopen probes into a number of suspected corruption cases.
Many in Kyrgyzstan believe Akaev and his family -- including his son Aidar and son-in-law Adil Toigonbaev -- enjoyed control over an extensive part of the national economy.
Despite Toigonbaev's denial, investigators believe he still owns a stake in the Kant Cement and Slate Factory.
Other companies that have been under investigation since Akaev's downfall include Bitel, Kyrgyzstan's largest cellular phone operator; Kyrgyztelekom; the Kyrgyzgazmunaizat oil and gas company; Kyrgyzaltyn, a company that extracts gold and other rare metals; and the Shampanvinkombinat wine factory.
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