Kyrgyzstan government resigned
Almaty. October 26. Silkroadnews – Kyrgyzstan’s President Almazbek Atambayev signed a decree “On resignation of the government of the Kyrgyz Republic”, KyrTAG reports.
“To consider the government of the Kyrgyz Republic, formed in accordance with the coalition agreement between the fractions of the Social Democratic Party, “Kyrgyzstan”, “Onuguu-Progress” and “Ata Meken”, as the resigned. (...) to continue the duties of members of the Government and heads of administrative departments, respectively, as held, until the appointment of members of the new government and heads of administrative departments”, the decree coming into force after being signed states.
In three days the President of the Kyrgyz Republic will give one of the fractions the mandate to form a new coalition.
As reported, the fraction of the Social Democratic Party withdrew from the coalition. On Wednesday in the parliament it was officially announced about the breakup of the coalition of the parliamentary majority.