Kyrgyz Referendum Faces Security and Legitimacy Hurdles

Kyrgyzstan will decide whether Otunbayeva shall stay on as acting president. (Photo: David Trilling)

After months of political unrest and the worst violence in the country’s post-Soviet history, Kyrgyz voters are set to either endorse or reject a new constitution and a new president on June 27.

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David Trilling is EurasiaNet’s Central Asia news editor. Joanna Lillis contributed reporting.

Kyrgyz Referendum Faces Security and Legitimacy Hurdles

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