Kyrgyz parliament members deprived the president's family of personal guards, KyrTAG reported.
"The president's family shouldn't have personal guards. We live in a parliamentary republic where all main official duties are divided, and the parliamentary speaker and prime minister also hold obligations," PM
Dastan Jumabrkov stated on Monday. "So, there is no particular threat for president's family members."
After discussions, the parliamentary profile committee decided to ignore the president's veto and submit this decision to the parliament for consideration.
Before, Kyrgyz Parliament approved in the third reading the law on amendments and changes to the law on "National safety".
Meanwhile, the head of state sent his objections to the parliament, which were rejected on Monday.