Posted 6 октября 2020,, 08:20

Published 6 октября 2020,, 08:20

Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:36

Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:36

Oppositionists announced the overthrow of the "criminal government" in Kyrgyzstan

Oppositionists announced the overthrow of the "criminal government" in Kyrgyzstan

6 октября 2020, 08:20
Фото: twitter
In a statement, the Social Democratic Party of Kyrgyzstan, which supports the former president of the republic, Almazbek Atambayev, said that the Kyrgyz people "overthrew the criminal government" in the country.

"A truly historic event took place in Kyrgyzstan. Once again, the Kyrgyz people, united by the desire for justice and freedom, overthrew the criminal government. The people have again shown that they will not allow the family-clan regime to usurp all the authorities in the country", - quotes Interfax message of the party representatives.

Today they are going to discuss the current situation in the republic, as well as determine the urgent measures that need to be taken to maintain stability in Kyrgyzstan.

The party called on all concerned citizens "who share our common values" to join the meeting and "jointly develop a program of further actions, both in the political direction and in the field of maintaining public order".

A spokesman for the opposition party Mekenchil told the agency that the opposition has nominated former parliamentary deputy Sadyr Japarov for the post of prime minister of the republic. Let us remind you that he was released from the colony during the protest actions. He was serving a sentence on hostage-taking charges.

The government of Kyrgyzstan announced the work in a special regime.

"Specialized state structures are working to ensure public safety and law and order. The government calls on all participants in the political process to resolve the existing issues peacefully. All issues must be resolved in a legal manner for the welfare and security of our people, the prosperity of the country", - there was made a statement in the government.

On October 5, in the center of Bishkek, protests began by supporters of parties that did not enter parliament. One of these parties, the Social Democrats of Kurgyzstan, is headed by Sayitek Atambayev, the son of former Kyrgyz leader Almazbek Atambayev. The protesters demanded to cancel the voting results and hold new elections. Later, the head of the country, Sooronbai Jeenbekov, allowed the cancellation of the voting results.