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19 March 2008

Kyrgyzstan: Fed up with protests?

Kyrgyz bloggers have been actively elaborating on the Kyrgyz government's initiative to make March 24 – the day of popular uprising in 2005 – a national holiday. The amendment was...

5 March 2008

Kyrgyzstan: From Santamania to “Subbotnik”

During the last two weeks, the Kyrgyz blogosphere has come up with a bunch of interesting articles, funny and witty comments along with bright photos of Santa Claus First Winter...

20 February 2008

Kyrgyzstan: Leading University at the Center of Parliamentary Debates

During the last week, one of the most discussed topics among Kyrgyz bloggers was the situation around the American University in Central Asia. As its website says, AUCA has an...

7 February 2008

Kyrgyzstan: Echos of the Parliamentary Elections

The results of the Parliamentary elections of December 2007 and distribution of seats among deputies from each party have spurred lots of discussion and criticism among various human rights activists,...

12 January 2008

Kyrgyzstan: Debates over President and Parliament

Edil Baisalov’s personal blog, one of the most visited blogs in Kyrgyzstan has not been updated since 4 December, 2007. The activeness of his blog went down after he was...

3 December 2007

Kyrgyzstan: Political season gets hot

Bloggers in Kyrgyzstan discuss the changes that the government is undergoing after the President Bakiev’s sudden dismissals and appointments of a whole bunch of key state figures. Newly appointed and...

12 November 2007

Kyrgyzstan: Parties Struggle for Power

Political events in Kyrgyzstan for the past several weeks have spurred a lot of discussions, assumptions and dispute among Kyrgyz bloggers. Following president Bakiev's decree on dissolution of the Kyrgyz...

1 August 2007

Kyrgyzstan: Bread prices up, people's mood down

Kyrgyzstani bloggers voice their outcry over increasing bread prices. The mood is also down due to an upcoming international summit, which is likely to restrict movement into the capital Bishkek....

4 July 2007

Kyrgyzstan: From national surveys to a spy-lady in parliament

The results of a national survey strike some bloggers as too positive; the Kyrgyz head of state is the fifth-sexiest president of the Commonwealth of Independent States, Kyrgyzstan slides down...

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