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Kyrgyzstan to hold presidential election in November (15.02.2017)
Kyrgyzstan will hold its next presidential election on Nov. 19, a statement on President Almazbek Atambayev's website said Wednesday. Unlike in other former Soviet countries in majority-Muslim Central Asia, where democracy is limited and elections usually a foregone conclusion, the vote Kyrgyzstan...
Kyrgyzstan voting on constitutional changes (11.12.2016)
Kyrgyz are voting in a constitutional referendum that could shift key powers from the president to the prime minister … .
Uzbekistan has pulled backed troops and military vehicles from a disputed segment of the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border, ending a weeklong standoff over the contested area.
Kyrgyzstan initiated a special meeting of a Russia-led regional security body on Tuesday to address tensions with its bigger neighbour Uzbekistan after a group of Uzbek armoured vehicles and troops were deployed near their disputed border. The incident has not led to any violence, but underlined...
Four parties jointly holding a majority in Kyrgyzstan's parliament agreed on Monday to establish a coalition and back incumbent Prime Minister Temir Sariyev, a move widely expected after the parties' success in the elections last month.
Kyrgyzstan: an uncertain trajectory – ICG briefing (30.09.2015)
Kyrgyzstan’s relative stability belies the country’s brittle Central Asian neighbourhood, simmering ethnic tensions, religious extremism and political frustration. Russia, the West and China share interests here, creating a unique opportunity to work together for Kyrgyzstan’s democratic development...
The mission is led by Ambassador Boris Frlec and consists of a core team of 15 experts based in Bishkek and 22 long-term observers to be deployed in teams of two across the country. In addition, ODIHR will request 350 short-term observers to monitor proceedings on election day (October 4).