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· October, 2010

Stories about Kyrgyzstan from October, 2010

Kyrgyzstan: Parties Get Down to Coalition-Building

With no clear winner in Kyrgyzstan’s parliamentary election, the five parties that gained seats have immediately plunged into a race to build a ruling coalition with the right to choose...

Kyrgyzstan: Assassination or provocation attempt?

Marat Sartpaev writes about the post-electoral scandal in Kyrgyzstan as the currently leading parliamentary party’s member said he was allegedly attacked by “the armed spec-op officers”, who, though, were “defeated”...

Kyrgyzstan: Elections, a view from within

neweurasia’s Bermet toured 12 polling stations in Kyrgyzstan to observe the balloting procedure and shares impressions of what many experts say were the nation’s most important elections since independence.

Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan: Counter-insurgency campaign faces fuel supply pressures

Eugene Iladi reports on the decision by Kyrgyz authorities to investigate fuel supply contracts to the Manas Transit Center and how this could detriment the American campaign in Afghanistan

Kyrgyzstan: Parliamentary elections outcome

Elina Galperin writes a post about the parliamentary elections in Kyrgyzstan, which were taking place amidst anxiety over possible disorders, but turned out to be a peaceful and generally free...

Kyrgyzstan: Cast your votes!

The October 10 parliamentary elections in Kyrgyzstan are likely to be the freest and fairest in the country's young history. As such, they offer a perfect opportunity to test the...

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