As a result of the elections, four political parties will be able to enter the new composition of the Kyrgyz parliament. TASS writes about this on Sunday, October 4, citing data from the republic’s Central Election Commission.
Birimdik (24%), Mekenim Kyrgyzstan (23%), Butun Kyrgyzstan (7%) and Kyrgyzstan (9%) crossed the 7% threshold, which gives the party the opportunity to become a member of the highest legislative body.
The CEC indicated that it is about information received from electronic ballot boxes in real time. The official results of the elections will be summed up after receiving information on the results of manual counting of ballots. However, the department noted that the data of electronic ballot boxes “practically do not differ” from the result of manual counting. At the moment, information on voting results has been received by the CEC from almost 99.3% of polling stations.
Earlier on the same day, the chairman of the Central Election Commission Nurzhan Shildabekova said that the number of violations in the parliamentary elections was too small and would not affect the voting results.
On July 3, President of the Republic Sooronbai Jeenbekov signed a decree on the appointment of October 4 as the date of elections to the parliament of his country. More than 40 political associations of the republic announced their plans to participate in the pre-election race, but most of them subsequently refused to participate in the elections or did not manage to submit documents to the Central Election Commission. 16 parties are competing for seats in parliament.