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Kyrgyz Election Updates 2009

Timur Toktonaliev
7 Oct 09
Monitors and opposition politicians claim serious irregularities marred July 23 poll.
IWPR
5 Aug 09
Akan Imanov reports from migrant worker communities on the outskirts of Bishkek who are unaware they could vote in the upcoming presidential election.
Rita Borbukeeva
4 Aug 09
Rita Borbukeeva reports from the town of Balykchi, where opposition members are angry at the continuing detention of protesters over the conduct of the presidential election.
IWPR
30 Jul 09
Immediately the July 23 presidential election was over, the main opposition challenger Almazbek Atambaev and fellow-candidate Jenishbek Nazaraliev contested the result.
IWPR
23 Jul 09
July 20, 2009
Anara Yusupova
23 Jul 09
Opposition says election timing geared towards low turnout, making ballot-rigging easier.
Anara Yusupova
23 Jul 09
Authorities accused of using police to pressure opposition campaigners.
IWPR
14 Jul 09
IWPR editor Aida Kasymalieva reviews the election news of the last week, and describes how a scheduled series of radio and TV debates have failed to materialise.
IWPR
14 Jul 09
Candidates in the forthcoming Kyrgyz presidential election are focusing on meeting potential voters rather than on media appearances.
IWPR
14 Jul 09
Youth groups get round restrictions on freedom of assembly by staging flash mob actions ahead of the Kyrgyz presidential election.

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