30 October 2000 OSH–Incumbent President Askar Akaev reigned victorious in 29 October elections in Kyrgyzstan, taking 73.4 percent of the vote. Omurbek Tekebaev, the vice speaker of parliament, won only 14 percent of the vote, followed by Atambaev Almaz with 6 percent. Three other candidates received only about 1 percent each. Central Electoral Commission (CEC) […]

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