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President Sooronbai Jeenbekov has reiterated his call for all Kyrgyz political parties and citizens to abide by the law amid an ongoing political crisis after mass protests ousted the government over contested parliamentary elections.

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Restrictions On Belarusian-American Political Strategist Shkliarov Eased.

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