Reason of head of Kyrgyz President’s administration resignation - political differences
Azerbaijan, Baku, Jan. 10 / Trend V. Zhavoronkova/ Resignation of head of President's administration of the Kyrgyz Republic Medet Sadirkulov is connected with domestic disputes around Kyrgyz President, experts said.
"The matter is not Sadirkulov's willing to resign but clan fight within the government and their disputes," Kyrgyz politician Orozbek Moldaliev told Trend over phone from Bishkek.
Head of Kyrgyz President's administration wrote an application to resign on Jan. 8 which was approved by Kyrgyz President Kurmanbek Bakiyev.
Sadirkulov took some high positions. Among them is position of head of the first Kyrgyz President Askar Akayev's administration. The position of present administration he took in 2005. Sadirkulov is one the most influential politicians of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Sadirkulov told reporters that resignation from high position was his personal, voluntary decision, RIA Novosti reported.
The main reason of his resignation is differences in the government of the Kyrgyz Republic, experts said.
Kyrgyzstan's policy and its attitude to CIS countries is changed, Kyrgyz politician Begish Amatov said.
At the present stage Russia is the most reliable and right partner of the Kyrgyz Republic, President Bakiyev said at unofficial summit with participation of CIS presidents in Kazakhstan late 2008. President Bakiyev is expected to visit Moscow this month that on Amatov's opinion proves change of tendencies in policy for Moscow's good.
Up to now the most important partner of Kyrgyzstan was Kazakhstan but not Russia, Amatov said.
"Sadirkulov was resigned because he supported Kazakhstan," Amatov, ex Kyrgyz MP, commentator, told Trend .
Another reason of Sadirkulov's resignation on Moldaliev's opinion is serious differences in "group of the government". It confirms the fact that not only Sadirkulov is one of the most experienced people in Bakiyev's administration but resignation of Prime Minister Elmir Ibraimov, Moldaliev, director of Sedep research center said.
"It has every reason to believe that there is fight in the government," expert said.
Moreover, presidential elections will be held in the Kyrgyz Republic in 2010 that on Moldaliyev's opinion causes criminal and judicial cases and reorganization around the President.
Consequences of head of President's administration resignation, for example, his pass to opposition aren't expected, Moldaliev said.
"Sadirkulov won't join opposition as opposition was incited against it and demanded its resignation," Moldaliyev said.
R. Meshadihasanli (Bishkek) also took part in preparation of material.
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