Central Election Commission of Kyrgyzstan registers 50 presidential nominees
Central Election Commission of Kyrgyzstan (CEC) registered 50 presidential nominees as its press-service reports.
Today, two self-nominees handed in applications for the presidency: the president of Energostroymontazhindustriya ltd, Beinazar Berdikeev, 1956 and director general of Naryn joint Kyrgyz-Germany ltd, Kubanychbek Isabekov, 1957, news agency "24.kg" reported.
As it is reported, applications for the presidency were submitted by following self-nominees: the chief of the Department of Internal Affairs of Oktyabrsky district, Madiyar Kuluev, 1966; director of Shaten construction outfit, Zhumabek Toktogaziev,1958; temporarily unemployed Polotbek Kenzhekulov, 1951; chief editor of Reform magazine, Zhusupzhan Pirimbaev, 1954.
According to the CEC, the first Deputy Head of the State National Security Committee Marat Imankulov, 1960, and foreman of Kambarata-2 hydroelectric power station, 1952, handed in their written applications on August 9, 2011.
List of self-nominees were supplemented by private entrepreneur Omurbubu Begalieva, 1962; temporarily unemployed Torobay Kolubaev, 1969; and Doctor of Science, adviser to director of Chuyelectro ltd, Almambet Matubraimov, 1952.
Recall, earlier following self-nominees handed in applications: Zhumabek Isaev, temporarily unemployed; Mukanbaizhan Aimanbaev, temporarily unemployed; Kachkynbay Kadyrkulov, coordinator of public foundation "Rural hotline service"; Zhenish Rustanbekov, Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan to Kazakhstan; Sooronbay Dyikanov, director of Kara-Balta stated-owned distillery; Oomat Kazakbaev, former mayor of Kara-Balta city; 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; Akbaraly Aitikeev, the vice President of the International Congress of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of the CIS countries, Baltics and Eastern Europe; Zhanybek Suinaliev, unemployed; Akylbek Zhaparov, MP from Ar-Namys faction; Yryskeldi Ybyshev, editor of Perinur newspaper; Viktor Vinogradov, the chief editor of KGinform.com news portal; Nazarbek Nyshanov, the president of League-Anticrisis public association.
9 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, Egemen Kyrgyzstan - Bektur Asanov, Working Party of Kyrgyzstan - Zamirbek Parmankulov, Ata Meken - Omurbek Tekebayev, Erkin Kyrgyzstan - Tursunbay Bakir uulu.
Deadline for top nomination is August 16, 2011. Campaigning will start on September 25. Elections are set on October 30, 2011.