- n a landlocked republic in west central Asia bordering on northwestern China; formerly an Asian soviet but became independent in 1991
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- Kyrgyzstan: Parliament Failing Public-Faith Test
Copyright show: No Two collapsed coalitions, the odd bloody nose, and the delicate matter of a stolen bicycle: As Kyrgyzstan’s first truly multi-party parliament enters its third year, observers and participants agree that the legislature has a lot of growing up to do. read more
June 13, 2013 - EurasiaNet
- Roza Otunbayeva in The Associated Press
In this referendum, the people of Kyrgyzstan are proving that the country is united, standing on its feet and going forward,Otunbayeva said after casting her ballot. "As a people, we want to heal the wounds we have sustained in recent...
- Kanat Saudabayev in CNN
This development is an important step towards the stabilization of the situation, a return to a framework providing for the rule of law, and the prevention of a civil war in Kyrgyzstan,Saudabayev said.
- Alexander Lukashenko in BusinessWeek
The Kremlin knows about Bakiyev's involvement in staging riots in southern Kyrgyzstan and is giving an exemplary punishment to Lukashenko for his support of the ousted president,said Alexander Klaskovsky, an independent Minsk-based political...