The President of Kyrgyzstan did not rule out the possibility of annulling the voting results
6 October , 09:11
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Kyrgyz President Sooronbai Jeenbekov said that he allows the possibility of annulling the results of the parliamentary elections. On October 5, after the announcement of the voting results, clashes began in the republic. At night, protesters broke into the White House grounds.

“Taking into account the current situation, the head of state recommends that the CEC carefully study the materials related to violations, up to the annulment of the results of the parliamentary elections”, - RIA Novosti quotes the press secretary of the President of Kyrgyzstan Tolgonai Stamaliyeva.

She clarified that Jeenbekov is currently in Bishkek, “controls the situation and expresses confidence that all political forces will put the country's interests above their own, will not allow a split in society and other fears that worry the country's citizens. to get the country back on track. First of all, it concerns the results of the parliamentary elections”.

It should be reminded that on October 5, in the center of the Kyrgyz capital, protests of supporters of parties that did not enter parliament began. One of these parties, the Social Democrats of Kurgyzstan, is headed by Sayitek Atambaev, the son of former Kyrgyz leader Almazbek Atambayev. The protesters demanded the cancellation of the voting results and new elections.

At night, a group of protesters broke into the building of the State Committee for National Security, where Atambayev has been held in the pre-trial detention center since last year. After negotiations with the heads of the State Committee, he was released, writes RBC. MP Sadir Japarov was also released from the colony. He arrived at the Ala-Too square to the protesters.

Protesters broke into the White House grounds, ramming the gate with a fire engine. According to TASS, at that time there were no employees and deputies. Later, a fire broke out in the seized government building - offices on the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh floors caught fire, Sputnik Kyrgyzstan reports.