Kyrgyzstan: New Year & New Constitution

Yulia writes on Kyrgyzstan's new constitutional amendments — ones which reverse very recent changes that weakened the power of the president. She says that faced with abandoning their principles or possibly losing their seats in new elections, parliamentarians eagerly chose the former.

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