On the eve of parliamentary elections in Kyrgyzstan CABAR.asia invites you to test your knowledge about the work of the Jogorku Kenesh.
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In Kyrgyzstan, scheduled election to the parliament, Zhogorku Kenesh, will be held on October 4. Now parliamentary candidates perform active communications work and give various promises. How well do you know the history of the Zhogorku Kenesh, and are you aware of the principle of its operation, to make your choice during the forthcoming elections? Test yourself, take this quiz.
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«Under favorable political circumstances, a correctly chosen electoral system, through the representation of the opposition and the emergence of genuine competition, can contribute to the gradual democratization of the regime», – political analyst Dimash Alzhanov, notes in his article written specifically for CABAR.asia.