23 candidates running for presidency applied to the Central Election Commission of Kyrgyzstan, the Commission's press-service reports, 24.kg reported.
Reportedly, self-nominees are
Omurbek Bolturukov, the director of owner-operated farm; Asida Imanalieva, temporarily not working; Sazykbay Turdumaliev, director general of the Complex Supply Center, leader of Ulutman political party; Almazbek Karimov, a businessman; Omurbek Suvanaliev, retired major-general of militia; Damira Toktosunova, temporarily not working; Sainidin Sultadinov, a businessman; Ernis Aitymbetov, Assistant of the Internal Audit Department under Administrative Affairs Office of the President KR; Omurbek Egemberdiev, the president of Insanat international foundation; Ulugbek Babakulov, the chief editor of MK-Asia newspaper; Temirkul Onuraliev, temporarily not working; Bolotbek Kazakbayev, retired colonel; Nurlan Motuev, the head of the Union of True Muslims; Kurmanbek Osmonov, a parliament member and member of Ata-Zhurt political party; Zhyldyzbek Stambayev, temporarily not working; Barktabas Azemkulov, the judge of the Military Court KR. Last self-nominee is Akbaraly Aitikeev, the vice President of the International Congress of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of the CIS countries, Baltics and Eastern Europe, submitted the application on July 25.
5 political parties submitted records to nominate candidates for presidency: Communist Party of Kyrgyzstan proposes
Iskhak Masaliev, Ata-Zhurt - Kamchybek Tashiyev, Butun Kyrgyzstan - Adakhan Madumarov, Party of Green - Erkin Bulekbayev, El Uchun - Arstanbek Abdyldayev.
Recall, earlier Igor Trofimov, the director general of Human Right Center named after Sergey Radonezhsky and Manas Generous ltd., filed an application to the Central Election Commission which he revoked on July 19.
Presidential elections will be held on October 30, 2011.