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Kyrgyz president renews state of emergency in Bishkek
By Xinhua


Monday, October 12, 2020, 14:59
By Xinhua

Russian President Vladimir Putin meets together with his Kyrgyz counterpart Sooronbai Jeenbekov in Sochi on Sept 28, 2020. (MIKHAIL KLIMENTYEV / SPUTNIK / Newpaper24)

BISHKEK – President of Kyrgyzstanz Sooronbai Jeenbekov on Monday signed a decree to re-introduce a state of emergency right here.

In response to the decree, a state of emergency on the territory of town of Bishkek is launched for the interval from 8 pm native time on Monday until 7 am native time on Oct 19, 2020.

In response to the decree, a state of emergency on the territory of town of Bishkek is launched for the interval from 8 pm native time on Monday until 7 am native time on Oct 19, 2020

The the state of emergency  supplies for a curfew from 10 pm until 5 am, a particular regime of entry and exit of residents, a ban for particular person residents to depart their home or place of non permanent residence for a specified interval, in addition to checking paperwork in locations of mass gathering of residents and different measures.

In the mean time, army formations with army tools have been deployed in Bishkek. There are block posts on the entrance to town.

In accordance with the Structure of the Kyrgyz Republic, if the newly signed decree of the president isn’t authorised by the parliament, then the state of emergency can be mechanically canceled in three days, that’s, on Thursday.

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Parliamentary elections had been held in Kyrgyzstan on Oct 4 with the participation of 16 political events. Preliminary outcomes confirmed that 4 events crossed the 7 % threshold to enter the parliament.

Some events which didn’t meet the edge organized nationwide protests final Monday, demanding the annulment of the elections and claiming gross violations.

Kyrgyzstan’s Central Election Fee (CEC) later annulled the outcomes of the elections after clashes between police and protesters.

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The CEC mentioned on Friday that it’ll set a time for repeat parliamentary elections by Nov 6.

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