Rally by Opposition resumes in Kyrgyz capital, tensions ease
( Itar-Tass ) - The rally by the Opposition has resumed in the central square of Kyrgyzstan's capital. On the first day, April 11, a camp of 50 army tents and yurta felt shelters was put up.
According to law enforcers, an estimated 1,500-2,000 are demonstrating in the square. A reform of the Constitution and early presidential election are the main demands.
Politicians and performing artists take turns in front of the crowd.
There have been signs tensions in Bishkek have eased. Police reinforcements have been withdrawn from the city's center to the sites of their permanent location.
About 200-300 law enforcers are still present around the square - a tiny one fifth of their number yesterday.
Ambulance vans remain on duty.