Kyrgyzstan's President says he is ready to resign once a new cabinet is appointed

Kyrgyz President Sooronbai Jeenbekov said on Friday he would resign after opposition supporters seized government buildings and formed a new cabinet to close the power vacuum in the Central Asian country. Ready to give.

Kyrgyzstan's President says he is ready to resign once a new cabinet is appointed

Although its offer, made in a statement, could facilitate a subsequent transfer of power, it could do little to resolve the political stalemate that has led regional power Russia to invade Kyrgyzstan. Forced to interpret the situation as chaos.

 

Opposition groups have so far failed to agree on who will lead the caretaker government after the cabinet resigned and forced the election commission to cancel the results of Sunday's parliamentary elections, which sparked protests. Will

 

The outgoing parliament of the former Soviet republic has not summoned or appointed any of the three caretaker prime ministers, and some lawmakers have said they fear for their safety.

 

Two political parties close to Jeenbekov began Sunday's parliamentary vote, but at least 11 other parties refused to accept the results, and Western observers said the election was marred’ by credible evidence of vote-buying. Was

 

A nation of 6.5 million people bordering China, it has a large Russian military airport and a large Canadian-owned mining operation. Despite the uncertainty, without legitimate leadership, experienced officials were under the control of its security forces.


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