UN secretary-general offers Lavrov condolences on Churkin’s deathWorld February 21, 19:53
OPEC does not see problems regarding growth of Russian oil exportBusiness & Economy February 21, 19:46
Kremlin to bake 100,000 pancakes for MaslenitsaSociety & Culture February 21, 19:23
Production of Mercedes Benz cars to start in Russia in 2019Business & Economy February 21, 18:43
UN Security Council holds a minute of silence in memory of Russia’s deceased envoyWorld February 21, 18:30
Russia and US might launch joint operations against terrorists in Raqqa — ministerWorld February 21, 18:17
Ankara’s talks with Moscow over purchase of S-400 go on positivelyMilitary & Defense February 21, 18:07
Russia's Autovaz starts Lada Vesta sales in GermanyBusiness & Economy February 21, 17:31
Syrian opposition’s Moscow Group to take part in Geneva talksWorld February 21, 17:21
BISHKEK, October 5. /TASS/. The observer mission of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), the alliance of former Soviet republics, has praised Sunday’s parliamentary elections in Kyrgyzstan, the head of the mission has said.
"The elections were well-organized and held in a calm atmosphere," Vladimir Garkun told reporters in the capital Bishkek. A total of 137 representatives of the CIS mission monitored the polls.
The country’s authorities said these were the most open and transparent elections ever.
Six parties will join the new parliament in Kyrgyzstan, the head of the republic’s Central Election Commission, Tyigunaly Abdraimov, said earlier on Monday citing preliminary data.
Fourteen political parties fought for 120 seats in the parliament. For the first time in the Central Asian republic’s history, all the polling stations were equipped with special biometrical data reading devices and electronic ballot boxes.
"The information about some 30,000 voters has not been received, and only after this we may say about the final results," the top election official said.
The voter turnout at Sunday’s elections in the country reached 57.5% The data from 22 out of a total of 2,374 polling stations is yet to be analyzed.