On elections in the Kyrgyz Parliament after counting 90% of the ballots leader of the ruling party

The ruling Social democratic party of Kyrgyzstan gathered 27% of votes in the elections to the Parliament, which took place on 4 October. Such data the CEC of Kyrgyzstan leads after counting 90% of bulletins, reports Radio Liberty.

Opposition party «Respublika ATA-Gurtu» is second, with 20% of the vote. Only seven percent election barrier was overcome by six parties.

The Kyrgyz Parliament consists of 120 deputies.

According to the CEC, October 4 voted about 60% of registered voters.

During the day there were recorded cases of technical problems, there were allegations of fraud. The Kyrgyz service of Radio Liberty (Radio Azattyk) reported on long queues in some polling stations, many voters were talking about two — or three-hour wait to get the opportunity to vote.

Elections in Kyrgyzstan for the first time in Central Asia was used biometric cards to identify each voter in an attempt to stop possible tampering. Vice-Premier of Tairbek Sarpashev said on October 4 that from 3 to 5% of voters had «technical problems with the biometric voting system».

The Ministry of the interior stated that he had received some complaints about the party that tried to buy votes. At the same time, local observers noted that it received reports of «very serious violations».

Note, in Kyrgyzstan, where on 4 October parliamentary elections were held, at 20:00 local time closed polling stations. After the vote, Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Temir Sariyev said that she receives more than half of the number of voters in the lists.

On elections in the Kyrgyz Parliament after counting 90% of the ballots leader of the ruling party 05.10.2015

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