The Former Prosecutor General Indira Dzholdubaeva, who was dismissed today, did not leave Kyrgyzstan. The Prosecutor General’s Office of the Kyrgyz Republic reported.
According to the agency, an information that Indira Dzholdubaeva left the republic today appeared in some media and in social networks, but she is not in the lists of citizens who crossed the border.
Today, the Parliament of Kyrgyzstan supported the resignation of the Prosecutor General Indira Dzholdubaeva. The day before, the President Sooronbai Jeenbekov submitted the recommendation to the Parliament.
According to the Constitution, the president releases a prosecutor general from office with the consent of at least a half of the total number of deputies of the Parliament. That is, the resignation of Indira Dzholdubaeva required the consent of more than 60 deputies. 105 deputies voted for it, and 2 — against.