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Elections 2021: 167 more international observers accredited

At the meeting on November 13, the Central Election Commission (CEC) of the Kyrgyz Republic accredited 167 more international observers for the elections of deputies to the Parliament of the Kyrgyz Republic, scheduled for November 28.

According to the press service of the CEC, representatives of the embassies of a number of countries in the Kyrgyz Republic: Finland, the Netherlands, Indonesia, Mongolia, Switzerland, Hungary, USA, Azerbaijan, Great Britain, Germany, Uzbekistan; the European Union Delegation to the Kyrgyz Republic, the representative office of the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs in the Kyrgyz Republic, the representative office of the Korea International Cooperation Agency in the Kyrgyz Republic, the CEC of the Russian Federation, the CEC of Lithuania, the CEC of Kazakhstan, the Interparliamentary Assembly of the CIS and the CIS mission are among them.

In total, as of November 13, at least 276 international observers from 41 states have been accredited, representing:

  • Electoral bodies — 11,
  • International organizations — 7,
  • Diplomatic missions — 17.

Elections are scheduled for November 28 in Kyrgyzstan. At least 54 deputies of the Parliament are elected according to a proportional system (from open lists of candidates of political parties) in single electoral districts, 36 deputies are elected according to the majoritarian system in single-mandate constituencies.