Acting Kyrgyz President, UN envoy talk about reforms


Acting President of the Kyrgyzstan Sadyr Zhaparov met with UN Secretary General’s Special Representative for Central Asia Natalia Gherman, with Zhaparov noting that the process for the switch of energy within the nation happened peacefully in accordance with the Constitution, the federal government’s press service reported on October 30.
Kyrgyzstan’s Prime Minister Zhaparov was elected because the appearing head of the state on October 16 as President Sooronbai Jeenbekov resigned amid widespread protests over the parliamentary election.
“I have been entrusted with a great responsibility for the interim presidential duties until the new elections. The situation in the country has stabilised, political processes have returned to the constitutional field. Now all the government’s efforts are aimed at restoring the socio-economic situation and combating COVID-19,” Zhaparov careworn.
He added that work has begun on reforms within the financial, social, judicial and regulation enforcement spheres. According to Zhaparov, for 30 years of independence, corruption has penetrated into all spheres of exercise, however measures will probably be taken to utterly eradicate it.
German famous that the UN and different worldwide companions will help the efforts of the nation’s authorities within the implementation of socio-economic reforms. “UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is closely following the situation in Kyrgyzstan and confirms the readiness to provide comprehensive assistance. At the same time, he expects that all processes will be carried out in a transparent and inclusive manner within the framework of the Constitution, without any discrimination and with respect for human rights,” German stated.
The events additionally mentioned the outcomes of the final parliamentary elections. The appearing president assured that the upcoming elections will probably be held transparently and at a excessive organisational stage.