Kyrgyzstan’s new government to face difficulties
Azerbaijan, Baku, Dec. 28 / Trend V. Zhavoronkova/
The newly formed Kyrgyzstan's government will face difficulties in the near future, Kyrgyz expert Sergei Masaulov believes.
"The new government of Kyrgyzstan will face difficulties when it starts to solve country's problems," Masaulov told Trend by phone from Bishkek.
Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambayev appointed country's new Prime Minister and the members of government on Saturday. Earlier the new appointments were approved by Kyrgyz Parliament.
Masaulov considers the government as "truly coalitional". He said new Kyrgyzstan's government doesn't have worked out program, confirmed by all government's members and it should not be expected in the near future.
The government should be properly organized to be able to manage with the crisis, occurred in the country, however it is unlikely to happen, Masaulov said.
The government will start facing difficulties while trying to resolve energy problems of Kyrgyzstan, approve the country's budget, allot loans for agriculture, he added.
Also Masaulov said it is hard to assess the reforms in Kyrgyzstan as successful.
"The reforms in the country can be estimated as successful if there is an effective government and peaceful transition of power," he added.
The expert noted that it is too early to say whether the new government will be effective.
Also the peaceful transition of power will take place when legally elected president will pass its post to another legally elected president, while in Kyrgyzstan the situation is different, Masaulov added.