The protesters gathered near the parliament building were prevented by people who called themselves heroes of the April Revolution.
Thousands of protests began in the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek after the parliamentary elections. This was reported by Radio Azattyk.
Several parties hold rallies disagreeing with the voting results. The rallies were organized by five parties, which had previously signed a resolution on the merger.
Those gathered outside the parliament building were prevented by people who called themselves heroes of the April Revolution. They said that “this is a holy place where people shed blood, and they will not let the politicians use it for their own purposes.
After the incident, the protesters moved to the square. Recall that yesterday, October 4, Kyrgyzstan held elections to the parliament of 7th convocation.
It was also reported that in June the prime-minister of Kyrgyzstan Mohammedkaly Abylgasiev wrote his resignation.