Early elections and a new chief-of-staff unlikely to resolve ongoing crisis.
Latest intervention wins promises of talks, but no sign of possible compromise.
Female students, some now living in exile, have been at the forefront of the protest movement.
President’s party wins again as pressure grows on independent observers and opposition forces.
Exiled opposition leaders call for international support in their fight for democracy.
Critics fear this may cost Kyrgyzstan and its people dearly.
Upheaval in Kyrgyzstan and Belarus not expected to affect the outcome of January 10 polls.
But without snap elections, majority coalition likely to block reforms.
Despite Georgian Dream majority, a further 16 seats are as yet undecided.
Refusing to accept election outcome, opposition demands fresh polls.