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Not much time is left until November 25, when the elections of deputies of local councils will be held in 25 cities, including the capital, Bishkek, and in 416 villages of the country. The campaign has already gained full momentum, and the contenders of the election marathon can not stop praising themselves in all ways and their candidates, offering fellow citizens to give their voices on the last Sunday in November for them.


The project "Central Eurasia" again assesses the results of Putin's tour to Central Asia, with an emphasis on the recent visit of the President of Russia to Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. The virtual discussion was attended by the following respected experts: Igor Shestakov (Kyrgyzstan), Dmitry Popov (Russia), Saodat Kasymova (Uzbekistan), Yuri Solozobov (Russia), Sergey Abashin (Russia) and Guli Yuldasheva (Uzbekistan).


The last two decades of the political history of Kyrgyzstan attaches special uniqueness to our independent state that is different from other countries in the region by the activity of civil society, its thrust to pluralism and the two revolutions that occurred with the announcement of the country's parliamentary government and the adoption of on the new Constitution of the Kyrgyz Republic during the national referendum.


In the XXI century mankind faced a greater task to organize a new world order based on the UN Charter and universally recognized norms of international law that meet today's challenges of the time and are able to ensure the security of states and nations through peaceful cooperation. Any country that is surrounded by non-static and changing world, without a clear definition of the contours of the future, may not have consistent and effective policies, both in internal and external affairs of the state.


Since getting independence, Kyrgyzstan has chosen a new vector of development - the transition to a modern democracy and market economy, to the construction of a law-governed state with the declaration of its commitment to the principles of ideological, political and economic pluralism, observance of rights and freedoms of man and citizen.


Supreme Mufti of Kyrgyzstan Chubak azhy Jalilov – is the initiator and the executor of the announced reform of the Spiritual Administration of Muslims in Kyrgyzstan. He was selected to this position by the Council of Ulema in summer of 2010 after a series of muftis, who repeatedly replaced each other from April to July of the last year. The current head of the Muslims of the republic immediately promised to introduce reforms in the assigned authority of the Islamic governance and to eradicate corruption.


In the present circumstances of searching the optimal way of further development of Kyrgyzstan the major political significance is the realization of the value of our own, domestic experience through the analysis of past and present state-building in our country.
Appeal to the historical roots - is not only a tribute to the affairs of our predecessors, but also getting useful lessons for yourself, which is a prerequisite for the proper determination of the tasks oriented to promote our state forward.


Objective assessment of the last presidential election is impossible without revealing the goals set by various political forces and groups when they were going to participate in it. It is impossible to forecast the direction, in which the country would continue to be developing.


For the current President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambaev meetings with U.S. officials at various levels become a sort of a routine affair this year. He just managed to remind to the ambassador of the USA in Kyrgyzstan Pamela Spratlen on the 2nd of February, that there should be no military at the “Manas” airport to the summer of 2014, as on the 20th of February the head of Kyrgyzstan already communicated with the U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asia, Susan Elliott. It is clear that the President A.


The ongoing crisis in the world order is accompanied by the events of a large-scale nature that have a strong influence on the development of many countries . In recent years almost all Eastern European and Arab states have become a platform on which revolutionary processes started. Financial and economic crisis, affecting the world, is occurring no less dramatically, and as it was in Europe, it’s leading to the destruction of large political and economic regional formations.