Kyrgyzstan Announces Preliminary Results of Parliamentary Elections

According to the country’s electoral commission, 31.92% of voters have voted

The Central Electoral Commission (CEC) of Kyrgyzstan has published preliminary results of the parliamentary elections held on Sunday, the Kabar news agency reported.

According to the CEC, it has received data from 2,247 automatic ballot paper counting machines (Kyrgyzstan has 2,494 such automated ballot boxes). 

“As preliminary data shows 1,182,291 voters out of 3,703,420 (31.92%) took part in the elections,” the CEC said.

So far, there are six political parties that are mentioned by CEC as winners of the elections: Ata Zhurt (16.44%), Ishenim (13.2%), Yntymak (10.65%), Alliance (8.07%), Butun Kyrgyzstan (6.58%) and Yiman Nuru (5.95%). All of them have passed the 5% electoral threshold adopted in Kyrgyzstan.

The CEC also stated that it is ready to organize a repeat election at any polling station if there are no clear results.
The parliament of Kyrgyzstan, Zhogorku Kenesh, is going to include 90 deputies who will work as lawmakers during the next five years. Usually, 54 of them must be elected in individual electoral districts and 36 deputies in single-seat electoral districts.
 

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