Kyrgyzstan prime minister resigns amid election protests


Kyrgyzstan’s prime minister Kubatbek Boronov resigned Tuesday after widespread unrest pushed the country’s electoral body to cancel the results of Sunday’s parliament elections. Protesters gathered in front of the Kyrgyzstan government headquarters, Tuesday, October 6, to protest the results of a parliamentary vote. The Central Asian country of Kyrgyzstan descended into political uncertainty on Tuesday, with the opposition claiming to have seized power in the wake of flawed parliamentary elections that stoked violence and large protests in the capital Bishkek. Clashes between demonstrators and police flared throughout the night into Tuesday — with reports of more 600 injured and one…

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