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Manual counting: Winners in 28 out of 36 single-seat constituencies announced

The information system of the Central Election Commission of Kyrgyzstan (CEC) continues to receive protocols of manual counting of votes in the single electoral district and single-mandate constituencies.

Results of elections in 11 more constituencies were published during the night, there are no data on eight more yet. The leaders have not changed.

Batken region:

  • Leilek constituency — Chyngyz Azhibaev (10,971 votes, or 33.19 percent);
  • Batken constituency — Nurlan Rajabaliev (6,556, or 18.49 percent);
  • Kadamdzhai constituency — Yrysbek Atazhanov (6,047, or 16.33 percent).

Osh region:

  • Kok-Zhar constituency — data were not received in full;
  • Nookat constituency — data were not received in full;
  • Aravan constituency — Dzhalolidin Nurbaev (14,913, or 44.95 percent);
  • Osh constituency — Aibek Osmonov (21,348, or 49.8 percent);
  • Toloikon constituency — Nurbek Alimbekov (18,882, or 40.96 percent);
  • Kara-Suu constituency — Iskender Matraimov (22,480, or 62.39 percent);
  • Kurshab constituency — Daniyar Tolonov (9,887, or 24.54 percent);
  • Alai constituency — Ulan Primov (21,938, or 50.62 percent);
  • Uzgen constituency — Elmurza Satybaldiev (21,933, or 72.71 percent).

Jalal-Abad region:

  • Suzak constituency — Tazabek Ikramov (11,912, or 31.54 percent);
  • Jalal-Abad constituency — Shaiyrbek Tashiev (21,287, or 62.14 percent);
  • Bazar-Korgon constituency — data were not received in full;
  • Nooken constituency — Baktybek Sydykov (20,991, or 55.11 percent);
  • Aksy constituency — Nurlanbek Shakiev (12,082, or 38.04 percent);
  • Ala-Buka constituency — Azizbek Tursunbaev (11,279, or 37.54 percent);
  • Toktogul constituency — Kunduzbek Sulaimanov (7,402, or 20.25 percent).

Talas region:

  • Manas constituency — Dastanbek Dzhumabekov (13,252, or 39.42 percent);
  • Talas constituency — Baktybek Choibekov (10,378, or 34.65 percent).

Chui region:

  • Zhaiyl constituency — Nurlanbek Azygaliev (8,932, or 28.18 percent);
  • Moskovsky constituency — Karim Khukhanzheza (5,418, or 20.48);
  • Sokuluk constituency — Amankan Kenzhebaev (4,919, or 19.3 percent);
  • Alamedin constituency — Seid Atambayev (7,976, or 26.03 percent);
  • Issyk-Ata constituency — data were not received in full;
  • Chui-Kemin constituency — Mederbek Sakkaraev (10,152, or 24.78 percent).

Bishkek:

  • Leninsky constituency — data were not received in full;
  • Oktyabrsky constituency — data were not received in full;
  • Pervomaisky constituency — data were not received in full;
  • Sverdlovsky constituency — against all (11,923, or 37.51 percent).

Naryn region:

  • Kochkor constituency — Nurlan Samyikozho (9,419, or 22.54 percent);
  • Naryn constituency — Ulan Bakasov (19,978, or 53.48 percent).

Issyk-Kul region:

  • Dzheti-Oguz constituency — Arslanbek Maliev (7,337, or 18.39 percent);
  • Ak-Suu constituency — data were not received in full;
  • Issyk-Kul constituency — Maksat Sarbagyshev (5,986, or 20.54 percent).

Protocols were received from 939 (37.65 percent) polling stations out of 2,494 in the single electoral district. At the moment, Ata Zhurt Kyrgyzstan, Yntymak, Ishenim, Yiman Nuru, Alliance, Butun Kyrgyzstan and El Umutu parties overcome the five percent threshold in the single electoral district.

The CEC told that manual counting is slow, because before entering the information, it is necessary to check whether the protocols have been filled out correctly. This is also done manually.

Elections of deputies of the seventh convocation of the Parliament have been held 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.

According to preliminary data from the Central Election Commission, six parties get into the Parliament. Winners in single-seat constituencies were also announced. The votes are being counted manually. After the process is completed, the CEC will sum up the results of the elections.

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