Parliamentary elections held in Kyrgyzstan

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Parliamentary elections were held in Kyrgyzstan on Sunday, October 4. The CEC processed nearly 2 million votes. According to preliminary results, “Birimdik” and “Mekenim Kyrgyzstan” are in the lead. President’s brother Asylbek Jeenbekov is running for “Birimdik”, and Iskender is running for “Mekenim Kyrgyzstan”, reports Kloop.kg

 

The CEC announced the preliminary results of yesterday’s parliamentary elections. “Birimdik” (24.9%), “Mekenim Kyrgyzstan” (24.29%), “Kyrgyzstan” (8.89%) and “Butun Kyrgyzstan” (7.2%) are preliminarily elected to parliament.

 

The “Mekenchil” party gained 6.95% – preliminary, they lack 0.05% to overcome the electoral threshold.

 

«Against all “voted 35,298 people or 1.83%. This is more than four parties: “Meken Yntymagy”, “Party of Afghans”, “Ordo” and “Reform”.

 

Source: Asia Plus