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Kyrgyzstan: On Constitution Anniversary, Reconsidering Presidential System

A year ago, voters in Kyrgyzstan endorsed an experiment that boldly hoped to change the course of political history in Central Asia. They approved a constitution that ushered in a parliamentary form of government to a country surrounded by post-Soviet strongmen overseeing “super-presidential” systems. Today, the jury is out on whether the move has worked.

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Chris Rickleton is a Bishkek-based journalist.

Kyrgyzstan: On Constitution Anniversary, Reconsidering Presidential System

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