La Comisión Electoral Central ha concedido a Jeenbejov --un ex primer ministro respaldado por el partido Socialdemócrata del presidente saliente, Almazbek Atambayev-- el 54,75 por ciento de los votos, según ha informado AKI Press.
El líder del partido Respublika, Omurbek Babanov, se perfila como el segundo candidato más votado con un 33,8 por ciento de los votos, de un total de once que compitieron en las urnas para relevar Atambayev durante una legislatura de seis años.
The leader of Ar-Namys party Felix Kulov today at a briefing of the coalition of political parties in 24.kg news agency said that they have united not to decide who would run for president.
"Everybody independently decides whom to support. We have united not to decide who would run for the elections, everyone would run, the whole life is ahead," he said.
The International Monetary Fund cut its forecast for growth of the Kyrgyz economy in 2016 to 2.2 percent. Statement on the results of IMF mission to Kyrgyzstan says.
Law enforcement bodies of Kyrgyzstan will be radically reformed, secretary of Kyrgyz Defence Council Temir Dzhumakadyrov said today at the end of the meeting.
Parliament of VI convocation officially closed its first session and broke for the holidays. The final meeting was held yesterday, the deputies considered 30 bills.
Traditionally, the day after the close of the session, that is, today, will be held the final press conference of the Speaker of Parliament Chynybay Tursunbekov. The deputies will start working only in September 2016.
A new position was added to the Cabinet - Vice Prime Minister for Border Affairs - it is former authorized representative of the Government in Batken region Zhenish Razakov.
Kyrgyzstan doesn't fully carry out the work on dismantling the corruption system. This was announced today at a coordination meeting.
Participants noted that cases of corruption are kept at the normative level, in particular in the field of public procurement, urban planning. Not all measures to combat corruption are executed fully and promptly. The participants of the meeting noted that there is no proper control over the implementation of plans to counter corruption and bribery, and it also happens that they are just duplicated.
Parliament approved the new government structure, which will have two new committees and two ministries will be renamed.At least 96 deputies voted for project, presented by the Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic Sooronbay Jeenbekov today at the session of the Parliament.
Recall, now the State Committee of Industry, Energy and Subsoil Management, as well as the State Committee for Information Technologies and Communications are being formed in the Kyrgyz Republic.
President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev nominated the candidates for the election by the members of the Central Election Commission. The Information Policy Department of the Presidential Administration reported.
According to it, the President, in accordance with Paragraph 2 Part 5 of Article 64 of the Constitution of the Kyrgyz Republic has made the following nominations for the election by the CEC members: Almaz Asanaliev, Gulnara Baatyrova, Bakhtiyar Kadyrov, Nurzhan Shayldabekova.
Kyrgyzstan has arrested yet another once-powerful politician on charges of plotting a coup — and in a surprising twist, authorities have linked their fight to quash a purported surge of political instability with alleged corruption at an economically crucial gold mine.
No fewer than seven politicians from two equally marginal opposition factions are currently facing trial on charges of seeking to violently overthrow the government after arrests in March and May that coincided with planned protests.
A meeting of the Council of Heads of Governments of the Commonwealth of Independent States has started in Bishkek.
Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Sooronbai Zheenbekov met on Monday in Bishkek with Executive Secretary of the CIS Sergey Lebedev, the Kyrgyz government’s press service reports.
CIS Executive Secretary Sergey Lebedev, informed the Chairman of the Council of CIS Heads of Government - Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic Sooronbai Zheenbekov on the preparations for the meeting of the Council of CIS Heads of Government to be held tomorrow, on June 7 in Bishkek under the chairmanship of the Kyrgyz Republic.
As Kyrgyzstan marked the Day of Parliamentarism on June 4, Kyrgyz MP Dastan Bekeshev said that parliamentary democracy is still developing in Kyrgyzstan. "It is too early to say that the parliamentary governance has been established in Kyrgyzstan, so it is necessary to further strengthen it,” he said at the roundtable dedicated to the development of the parliamentary system in Kyrgyzstan.
Parliamentary development is not a constitutional experiment, Bekeshev believes. "We have a parliamentary-presidential form of governance but not yet fully parliamentary governance," he said.
Last year Kyrgyzstan’s export to Russia grew 28.6 percent, Kyrgyzstan Deputy Prime Minister Oleg Pankratov said at the 5th Kyrgyz-Russian inter-regional conference “Development of inter-regional ties in the context of Eurasian integration process,” held on June 2 in Ufa, the capital of Russia’s Bashkortostan Region.
“The government of the Kyrgyz Republic considers it important to strengthen the dialogue between the regions of Kyrgyzstan and of the Russian Federation,” the Kyrgyz governmental press service quoted Pankratov as saying.
The phenomenon of the very young entering into marriages in Kyrgyzstan is not unusual. The National Statistics Commission estimates that 15 percent of married women between the ages of 25 and 49 sealed their nuptials before turning 18 — 1 percent did it under the age of 15.
Kyrgyzstan's foreign ministry has summoned a Kazakh diplomat after Kazakhstan's culture and sports minister said he felt sorry for Kyrgyz migrant labourers having to clean public toilets in Russia.
The Kyrgyz foreign ministry said in a statement late on Tuesday that Arystanbek Mukhamediuly's comments were insulting, "had provoked negative reaction from the Kyrgyz public and were not in line with the allied spirit of Kyrgyz-Kazakh relations".
Biometric ID cards will be used for identification of citizens during presidential election in 2017 in Kyrgyzstan. Deputy Chairman of the State Registration Service Dastan Dogoev said today at a meeting of the Social Democratic Party parliamentary faction.
According to him, system development concept has been worked out to develop a system for creation of a single population register. It is proposed to create a single centralized electronic data system which the state bodies can use.