Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek, Oct. 11 / Trend N. Tanayev /
The contradictions between some political leaders after the parliamentary elections in Kyrgyzstan must not affect the people of the country, Felix Kulov, leader of Ar Namys party, said according to the preliminary data in the Parliament.
According to the CEC's preliminary data, five political parties, including the Ata-Zhurt, the Social Democratic Party, the Respublika party, the Ar-Namys Party and the Ata-Meken party are passed to the parliament in Kyrgyzstan, as a result of Sunday's elections. According to the laws of the country, a party must get more than 5 percent of the votes of all citizens eligible to vote and more than 0,5 percent in each of the regions of the republic, as well as in Bishkek and Osh to get into the parliament.
More than 56 percent of almost 2.85 million citizens, eligible to vote, attended the parliamentary elections. About 29 parties and nearly 3,000 candidates on party lists claim to 120 MP mandates.
Kyrgyz former Prime Minister Kulov said that this distribution of seats in the parliament is a moral victory.
"None of the parties received the benefits. All have passed by small friendly groups. In fact, there is no clear leader. The outcome of the race will be determined at the photo finish," Kulov told Trend.
He said that each of the passed parties have their political partialities. But there is no apparent antagonism between them. So, the contradiction between some party leaders must not affect people.
As for the future coalition, Kulov said that we have not held the negotiations on the coalition yet.