According to Sputnik Radio, a number of amendments have been made to the Criminal Code of the Kyrgyz Republic concerning fines charges. For example, a person who spits in public places is fined 5500 Kyrgyz soms (about $ 80).
21/12/2018, a conference on the 80th anniversary of the Kyrgyz Parliament was held in Bishkek. Government Representatives, including the President, former State leaders and society activists attended the conference. The conference focused on issues of democracy development, parliamentary strengthening and reform
In last year's presidential election, former Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambayev nominated Sooronbay Jeenbekov on behalf of the Social Democratic Party. Jeenbekov was a close friend of Atambayev when he worked for almost a year as prime minister until he became president.
On July 26, a Chinese citizen, director of Tian Shan Keramik tile factory located in Sokuluk district, Chui region, beat his employee, a citizen of Kyrgyzstan. The Chinese director was drunk and he insulted then beat up the employee in front of a whole team of Kyrgyz workers...
The Kyrgyz government continues attempts of solving economic corruption crimes of the previous ruling establishment. Revealing crimes of the previous ruling political figures, the government is as if trying to cover existing debauched climate in the current government system.
The capitalist ideology of the Kufr based democracy suffered defeat in the fight against the Islamic ideology. Former US president Barak Obama, speaking at the Congress in early 2010, declared a new strategy that the United States will no longer endanger its soldiers in Muslim countries.
Presidential elections in Kyrgyzstan are planned for the end of 2017. This time the elections might create strong political tensions in the country. Despite that the Constitution does not allow Atambaev to stay for the next term, he tries to keep his team in power.
Kyrgyzstan state system is crashing. Kyrgyzstan’s state control system is in danger because it’s going to fall apart. How can we see it? Statehood is a combination of system and structures controlled by the laws. The management system of state should be based on a particular ideology. In Kyrgyzstan, the foundation of statehood is a capitalist ideology, based on democratic principles.