Two events sweep Kyrgyz election: preliminary knowledge


© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Russian President Putin meets his Kyrgyz counterpart Jeenbekov in Sochi

BISHKEK (Reuters) – Two political parties, one of them close to President Sooronbai Jeenbekov, won roughly half the votes in Kyrgyzstan’s parliamentary election on Sunday, preliminary data from the Central Election Commission showed.

Birimdik, a party whose ticket includes Jeenbekov’s brother, and Mekenim Kyrgyzstan, a party viewed as its potential ally, have won about 24% of votes each in the 82% of the polling stations whose data has been tabulated.

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