At least 34.39 percent of voters cast their votes in the parliamentary elections in Kyrgyzstan as of 8.00 a.m. on November 29. The Central Election Commission (CEC) provided such data.
In total, 1,273,557 people cast their votes in the single electoral district. The highest voter turnout is in Naryn and Talas regions, the lowest is in Issyk-Kul and Chui regions.
At least 1,264,103 people voted in single-mandate constituencies that is 34.9 percent of the voters’ list.
Elections of deputies of the seventh convocation of the Parliament have ended in Kyrgyzstan. The electoral system was changed in the country, so there will be 90 deputies instead of 120. As a result, 54 deputies of the Parliament are elected according to the proportional system (open lists of candidates of political parties) in the single electoral district, 36 deputies — according to the majority system in single-mandate constituencies.