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· November, 2007

Stories about Kyrgyzstan from November, 2007

Kyrgyzstan: Feminism and women’s movement

Kyrgyzstan: OSCE to Monitor Elections

Kyrgyzstan: Election Thresholds Debated

Kyrgyzstan: The Kyrgyzs Vote in Moscow

Kyrgyzstan: Transgender Remembrance Day in Bishkek

Kyrgyzstan: Face Control Elections

Kyrgyzstan: Put Up and Shut Up

Kyrgyzstan: Arts Exhibition

Kyrgyzstan: Kyrgyz Boxing Champion Arrested

Kyrgyzstan: Capital City Mayor Elected

Kyrgyzstan: Women's Party Quits the Electoral race

Kyrgyzstan: Parties Struggle for Power

Political events in Kyrgyzstan for the past several weeks have spurred a lot of discussions, assumptions and dispute among Kyrgyz bloggers. Following president Bakiev's decree on dissolution of the Kyrgyz...

Kyrgyzstan: Violence aganist Women

Kyrgyzstan: Education Reform

Kyrgyzstan: Interview with E.Baisalov, a Politician

Kyrgyzstan: Fraudulent Elections Will Echo Back in Spring

Kyrgyzstan: Feedback to the Article in Economist

Kyrgyzstan: Horse Games

Kyrgyzstan: More Women Join Parties

Kyrgyzstan: Investigation into murder of a journalist

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