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6 28, a boy in the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek, the former parliament building skateboarding. Xinhua News Agency issued
28 Kyrgyz Central Election Commission announced the preliminary referendum results, over 90% of voters agreed that the new draft constitution, the Central Asian countries to promote the transition to parliamentary democracy. Referendum “approved” Otunbayeva as transitional president and interim prime minister. She said that the referendum in Kyrgyzstan, “the people’s victory.” However, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said that Kyrgyzstan is facing the most significant threat to national disintegration.
According to Kyrgyzstan Central 28 Election Commission announced a referendum on the latest data, statistics, 99.83% have been vote in favor of and against accounting for 90.58% and 8.05%, the new draft constitution passed a foregone conclusion.
select committee, according to data provided by Kat, 27, a referendum was held about 276.7 million registered voters, voter turnout of about 192.3 million people, the voting rate is about 69.48%. No provisional government set up voter turnout for this referendum threshold. The old Constitution, the voting rate of over 50% of the referendum to be valid.
the core of the new draft constitution is a guitar to a parliamentary form of government from the presidential transition. New draft constitution clearly stipulates that Kyrgyzstan will establish a parliamentary political system, presidential power will be significantly reduced, the legislature’s powers will be substantially expanded.
Otunbayeva’s office said in a statement, the end of the public through a referendum, “the authority of the ruling family of the previous regime period,” “people’s democracy in the true path, to achieve a great victory for all of us . ”
Otunbayeva Central Asia became the first female head of state. The night before polling stations closed for several hours after she was confident that a new referendum on the draft constitution has been passed, “This is a historic day.”
Otunbayeva said that Kyrgyzstan’s foreign policy will remain unchanged, the interim government will continue to maintain and Central Asian neighbors, Russia, China close relationship maintained with the European Union, the U.S. partner relationship.
according to referendum results, Otunbayeva term will be completed by the end of 2011, parliamentary elections will be held in October this year. New constitution, the parliamentary elections held once every five years, six-year presidential term, non-renewable.
Otunbayeva 27, said the legitimate government of Kyrgyzstan will be established after July 10.
■ all of the reactions
riots where people happy
riots in the south some time ago Osh city, many residents are pleased that the results of the referendum.
Tennessee Petrova told the Associated Press correspondent: “We look forward, we must expect to achieve anything, so that our children live better, we believe Otunbayeva she can understand we want to What kind of life, she allows people of all nationalities live together better. “
the U.S. government to support a referendum
the referendum by the United States other countries and the United Nations and other international organizations to support.
preliminary results announced, the U.S. State Department spokesman said: “We hope this is the move towards a democratic, stable governance and effective step we welcome this calm, orderly process.”
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe to oversee the referendum of the delegation Havre leitz said high turnout of people eager to show countries of Kyrgyzstan, “a new, democratic and peaceful future.” Havre leitz said referendum requires joint efforts of political forces in Kyrgyzstan, “in the upcoming parliamentary elections, voting framework to improve the system,” “build a democratic society.”
Medvedev is not optimistic
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said the referendum results are not optimistic. Medvedev said: “I can not imagine parliamentary democracy in Kyrgyzstan can play a role.” He told reporters, parliamentary democracy “would lead to a series of internal conflicts,” such as “parliamentary political forces reshuffle” ” frequent changes of regime, “eventually” can help to avoid the extremist forces came to power “?
Medvedev said: “Kyrgyzstan is facing many challenges, most notably the threat of national disintegration. To avoid national disintegration, Kyrgyzstan needs a strong, organized political power.”According to Xinhua News Agency Reuters correspondent Hu Ruoyu