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Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia
Population: 5,665,000
Chief of State: President Almazbek Atambayev
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Temir Sariyev
Christians: 6.1%
Evangelical Christians: 0.4%
Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 71.21 Years
Literacy Rate: 98.7%
Population Below Poverty Line: 33.7%
Refugees Living in Kyrgyzstan: 12,824

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Kyrgyzstan’s Supreme Court has moved toward stripping former presidents of their immunity. Authorities have recently filed corruption charges against former Prime Minister Sapar Isakov in relation to the breakdown of the Bishkek heating and power plant. Meanwhile the Labor and Social Development Ministry has just fired three of its top ranking officials for taking family members on business trips and using diplomatic passports for personal holidays. Pray for a deep genuine commitment to follow through on all manner of corruption from the highest authorities down to the local level (The Bible, 2 Samuel 22:21).

Kyrgyzstan Moves Toward Stripping Former Presidents of Immunity (The Diplomat)

The Bishkek Power Plant Saga: Former Kyrgyz Prime Minister Faces Corruption Charges (The Diplomat)

Government treads water after social ministry meltdown (Eurasianet)

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Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia
Population: 5,665,000
Chief of State: President Almazbek Atambayev
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Temir Sariyev
Christians: 6.1%
Evangelical Christians: 0.4%
Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 71.21 Years
Literacy Rate: 98.7%
Population Below Poverty Line: 33.7%
Refugees Living in Kyrgyzstan: 12,824

Pray4Kyrgyzstan Facebook Page

Kyrgyzstan’s Supreme Court has moved toward stripping former presidents of their immunity. Authorities have recently filed corruption charges against former Prime Minister Sapar Isakov in relation to the breakdown of the Bishkek heating and power plant. Meanwhile the Labor and Social Development Ministry has just fired three of its top ranking officials for taking family members on business trips and using diplomatic passports for personal holidays. Pray for a deep genuine commitment to follow through on all manner of corruption from the highest authorities down to the local level (The Bible, 2 Samuel 22:21).

Kyrgyzstan Moves Toward Stripping Former Presidents of Immunity (The Diplomat)

The Bishkek Power Plant Saga: Former Kyrgyz Prime Minister Faces Corruption Charges (The Diplomat)

Government treads water after social ministry meltdown (Eurasianet)