The President Of Kyrgyzstan Called The Condition Of His Resignation
Kyrgyz President Sooronbay Jeenbekov will retire after the parliamentary elections in the Republic, according to RIA Novosti with reference to press Secretary Zheenbekov Tolgonai Stamaliev.
"He recalled that he adheres to the same position, which he announced on October 9, 2020, will retire after the return to the legal field – after the parliamentary elections, declaring the election of a new President," said Stamaliev. The President of Kyrgyzstan believes that now he does not have the right to leave office, "as this will lead to an unpredictable scenario of events to the detriment of the state," she said.
Earlier today, President of Kyrgyzstan Sooronbay Jeenbekov signed a decree approving the composition of the government of the Republic headed by Sadyr Zhaparov.
Protests against the results of the parliamentary elections began in Kyrgyzstan on October 5. President Jeenbekov said the protests and riots were an attempt to seize power. On October 6, the CEC of Kyrgyzstan declared the election results illegitimate and announced the announcement of a new election date within two weeks. On October 9, Jeenbekov dismissed the Prime Minister and the government, as well as imposed a state of emergency in Bishkek and ordered troops to enter the capital.