Kyrgyzstan has achieved political stability after short-term political crisis in post-Oct 4 general elections


Zubair Qureshi

In the wake of Oct 4 general elections and the widespread public protest against their results, the situation in Kyrgyzstan Republic is now returning to normalization and various institutions of the state are functioning peacefully.
This was informed by Ambassador of the Kyrgyz Republic Erik Beishembiev at a briefing on “The political situation and socio-economic situation in the Kyrgyz Republic” at the embassy here Friday.
Recently, the landlocked country bordering Kazakhstan, China, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, has seen thousands of people protesting against the results of the October 4 parliamentary election.
During the briefing on Friday, Ambassador Erik Beishembiev informed the media about the current internal political situation in the Kyrgyz Republic, noting that the situation in the country has stabilized, the legitimacy of the state power of the Kyrgyz Republic has been created and its executive bodies continue to operate in their regular mode.
He also informed the media persons about a new composition of the government and the entrustment of the powers of the Acting President of the Kyrgyz Republic to the Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic SadyrZhaparov.
Ambassador Beishembiev stressed that the procedure for the transfer of power in the country passed peacefully in accordance with the norms of the Constitution of the Kyrgyz Republic, and that the Kyrgyz Republic remains fully committed to all its international obligations and strict implementation of all previously signed bilateral and multilateral treaties and agreements.
In addition, he said Kyrgyzstan is a dynamically developing country with a diversified economy, where foreign investors are widely represented, including from Pakistan, as well as a number of positive initiatives of the new government in protecting foreign investments.
The Kyrgyz Ambassador emphasized the continuity of the political process in the country and the development of mutually beneficial trade and economic cooperation with its foreign partners.

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