BISHKEK, January 13. /TASS/. Sadyr Japarov, who won Kyrgyzstan’s recent presidential election, expects the situation in the country to stabilize in the near future, as he himself said in an interview with the Rossiya-24 TV channel.
"The people are tired of unrest, they have made their choice, so there is no reason to expect protests to take place in the near future," Japarov pointed out.
According to him, a new constitution will be adopted in Kyrgyzstan soon and a parliamentary election will take place before June 1. "It will mark the end of all political processes, which won’t involve protests. I say it with confidence because the recent presidential election was a fair one," Japarov noted. In his view, this is why there is no reason for the country’s people to express grievances. "We are determined to hold an honest parliamentary election in accordance with the law," he stressed.
On January 10, Kyrgyzstan held its early presidential election and a referendum to decide on either a presidential or parliamentary form of government. According to the country’s Central Election Commission, Sadyr Japarov received more than 79% of the vote. Over 80% of voters cast their ballots for the presidential form of government.