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Joanna Lillis 13m
'This was not a good way to come to power', says Japarov of revolutions in 2005 and 2010. But in 2020 it is ok, because this is apparently a 'revolution of the people'. This talk belies reality and sounds like demagoguery
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Joanna Lillis 26m
It's going to cost taxpayers in $5.5 million to re-run parliamentary election - in a country mired in economic crisis, add to that bill the cost of the election whose results were annulled (then there was the money party spent on vote buying)
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Joanna Lillis 12m
It's also an astonishing, and patently untrue, claim for Japarov to make in this interview that 'thousands died' in previous revolutions in
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Hong Kong Liberty 攬炒團隊 Oct 15
president resigned to prevent -“I do not want to go down in Kyrgyzstan’s history as a president who shed blood and shot at his own citizens.” A stark contrast to who has no qualms about shooting youths
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Mark Galeotti Oct 15
Looking down my twitter feed, I do wonder why there is not more 'what the hell is going on in ?' A convicted kidnapper, whose political rivals have a habit of being shot it, is declaring himself president. No CIA plot, no Russian play: this is real state capture
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Joanna Lillis 22m
Former PM Abylgaziyev says he has 'no idea' why he has been summoned for questioning in corruption case related to covid aid distribution in
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Kyrgyzstan 4h
Kyrgyzstan is similar in size to Uganda, Ghana, Romania, Laos, Guyana, Belarus, Senegal, Syria, Cambodia and Uruguay. It can be described a "smaller" but not tiny. has a population approaching 7 million people.
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tfiglobal Oct 17
Sorry Xi Jinping, Putin has quietly taken down a pro-China regime. This time in Kyrgyzstan The political crisis in is coming towards an end. And as the crisis ends, it is becoming clear that is the biggest winner.
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GeoPeter Oct 18
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Kyrgyzstan 4h
Osh is an important city in Kyrgyzstan of 300,000 people near the Uzbek border.
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UNHCR Central Asia Oct 19
Contest for journalists from , , , , on covering the topic of and , as part of campaign:
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East Turkistan National Awakening Movement Oct 17
We hope this will lead to stronger opposition from against 's genocide of , , & other Turkic peoples in Occupied . Kyrgyzstan can play a crucial role in diminishing Chinese influence in .
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Veronique Garrett Oct 19
A sight for sore eyes. Autumn colours in beautiful
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Dr. Gulmammad Mammadov Oct 16
In its indiscriminate attacks on of , the state of hides behind the protection of the / w/ the following members: Why don’t they condemn these ?
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Swiss Diplomacy Student Association (SDSA) Oct 18
🗞 SDSA NEWS 🗞 We are proud to present our new column by our journalistic department, where articles on and will be posted regularly. Read our first article, “Political turmoil in ” here :
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Caroline Eden 22h
Cinema on a banknote ♥️
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The Link 🌍 Oct 16
Unlike fellow former Soviet Republics and even neighboring , 's latest elections didn't result in any turmoil
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Blue Sauron👁️ 23h
ex-prime minister Mukhammedkalyi Abylgaziev was banned from leaving Kyrgyzstan.
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Blue Sauron👁️ 1h
Central Election Commission decided that parliamentary elections are scheduled for December 20, 2020.
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Joanna Lillis 24m
New head of migration service in is from the nationalist Mekenchil party close to Japarov
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