Pedestrians stroll past peeling campaign posters in central Bishkek. Kyrgyz voters go to the polls on Oct. 10 to vote in a new parliament, the first following the recent unrest in southwestern Osh and following the ouster of former President Kurmanbek Bakiyev.
Twenty-nine political parties have presented more than 3,300 candidates vying for 120 seats in the Kyrgyz parliament.
Dean C.K. Cox is the photo editor for EurasiaNet.
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