30 October 2000 OSH–President Askar Akaev rolled to an easy victory in Kyrgyzstan’s 29 October presidential elections, taking nearly 75 percent of the vote and ensuring another five years in power. His triumph surprised no one, since the authorities had thrown up numerous obstacles for his opponents. With the Organization for Security and Cooperation in […]

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