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Cental Asia


They say that there is a country in the world where the most important state decisions are made by tossing a coin. This explanation is the only possible one for those who try to understand the processes occurring today in Uzbekistan and simultaneously to pacify the protests in their consciousness.


But citizens are satisfied with the state, and they even respect their authoritarian president for such “objectivity and impartiality” of his solutions. In this wonderful country, they are afraid of only one thing: choosing a new governor.


The Republic of Kyrgyzstan. On August 12, 2015, Kyrgyzstan formally ratified the previously signed agreement on its accession to the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) and became a full member of the association. Thus, the number of EEU member countries reached five, and there began the phase of implementation of the basic agreements and the practical activities of the Union with an upgraded structure.



In modern conditions, terrorism poses a serious threat to the security of the individual and the state. Numerous terrorist attacks demonstrate the existing risks entailed by terrorist acts. The latest developments in Syria, as well as the activity of the so-called Islamic State in spreading terror demonstrate the destabilization of the situation on the international level and have an impact on the economic and socio-political situation in many countries, not only in the Middle East region.



The determining factors of a religious situation are the activities of religious organizations, as their actions are always directed towards building such a system of religious relations, which would provide them and their religion with a dominant position in the society, while also creating favorable conditions for attracting people to their religion. And such a focus of religious organizations is explained by the fact that they are primarily groups of people (social groups) united by a common belief and aimed at achieving specific goals.


Recently, the Chinese theme has been on the front pages of the Kyrgyz media. The main reason for this is the so-called “transfer of the surplus Chinese enterprises” into the territory of Kyrgyzstan. At present, neither the state nor the representatives of the local businesses can explain clearly what constitutes the very process of “transferring the enterprises” and what the “surplus capacities” are. By the way, worth recalling, the recent resignation of Prime Minister T.


A person's idea of the truth is only a tiny window in a tiny house.”


Thornton Wilder


The large-scale backstage game has begun



By an order of the presidential administration, in early 2016, Kyrgyzstan established the expert working group, which is tasked to prepare the republican concept of information policy for the President to sign. As early as June 1, it was expected to submit the working document. However, in addition to the republic's traditional addiction to voluminous documentations and names that are difficult to pronounce, this time there happened a merge of senior officials with Western-oriented public activists.


The events of 2010 and the introduction of the parliamentary form of government in Kyrgyzstan were the steps towards democratization of the state administration system. However, this process has weakened the state control over society. The entire preceding period from the achievement of sovereignty has only been leading us away from this goal. As a result, today Kyrgyzstan's society has not reached its approximate future shape.


Spring 2016 was special for Kyrgyzstan in the following sense: two very short-sighted politicians – former governor of Jalal-Abad Province B. Asanov and former high-level official B. Talgarbekov – suddenly imagined that they could force Atambayev to leave the post of head of state voluntarily if they use the help of the virtual support of the population.


We will not provide arguments that no head of state in his right mind will ever voluntarily give up even a tiny part of the steering of the state administration.



When Kyrgyzstan became independent in 1991, it marked not only a radical transformation of the political and economic systems towards liberalization, but also affected the spiritual life of the citizens of the republic. There were created favorable conditions for registration and functioning of religious organizations, which were interpreted by government officials and international organizations as an indicator of commitment to democratic values.