Kyrgyzstan: Voting Passes Calmly - But Uncertainty Persists as Count Begins

A woman casts her ballot in the Alexander Pushkin School in Tokmok, an hour from Bishkek. (Photo: David Trilling)

To the relief of Kyrgyz officials and foreign observers, voting proceeded calmly during Kyrgyzstan's October 10 parliamentary elections.  Turnout appeared to be strong considering the country's recent troubles, with anecdotal evidence suggesting that beleaguered Uzbeks in southern Kyrgyzstan cast

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David Trilling provided reporting.

Kyrgyzstan: Voting Passes Calmly - But Uncertainty Persists as Count Begins

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