The former MP of the Jogorku Kenesh (Parliament) and former presidential runner-up Omurbek Babanov stepped down as faction leader of the Respublica-Ata-Jurt party.
The Kazakhstani steppe remembers all those who lost their lives in an endless battle for justice. Kazakhstani batyrs fought for their land, for their people and for the freedom of descendants. Their countless feats are written in golden letters in the country’s history. One of the heroes was Nurmaganbet Kokembayuly, also known as Keiki batyr.
Kloop.kg and the Swedish digital forensics found evidence that one of the government servers contained a non-state website created to influence voters during the presidential election.
More than 200,000 people in the Kyrgyz Republic will benefit from the improved efficiency and quality of heating during cold winter months, thanks to the Heat Supply Improvement Project, approved today by the World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors. The project will be financed by the combination of a US $23 million credit and a US $23 million grant.
Recently Kaktus Media, a Bishkek-based news outlet, compiled a map of the countries, outgoing President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev had insulted during his presidency.
URGENCH, Uzbekistan — Muhammad Bekjanov, often called the world’s longest-imprisoned journalist, did 18 years of hard time in some of Uzbekistan’s most notorious prisons, with nicknames like “Goodbye to Youth.” He was a writer with never much hope for a happy ending to his own story.
Condemned businessman Muratkhan Tokmadi made a sensational statement. In the second part of the film His name was Murka, filmed by KTK television channel, he confessed he murdered banker Yerzhan Tatishev. The Glass King, as he is referred to, said that the murder of the former head of Bank TuranAlem (also known as the BTA Bank) was ordered by Mukhtar Ablyazov.
October 7, 2017 under strange circumstances in an accident killed Deputy Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Temir Dzhumakadyrov, head of the Republican headquarters for the presidential elections and curator of the power bloc. A few hours after the incident, Atambayev made a scandalous speech, in which he collapsed with a wave of criticism against the Kazakh authorities, saying that Babanov is a project of Astana, which does not want to have a democratic state at its side. And this is at a time when Astana provided $ 100 million for the development of infrastructure free of charge on the eve of the elections.
In a surprising one round, former Kyrgyz Prime Minister Sooronbai Jeenbekov won the presidential election on 15 October. His main rival, Kyrgyz oligarch Omurbek Babanov, has accepted the result but said he will investigate violations of procedures during the election.
There’s something very odd about Kyrgyzstan’s upcoming presidential election. The vote is less than a week away, and nobody knows who is going to win.