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Kyrgyzstan election result declared invalid after mass protests

Decision follows protests over results that attributed majority of votes to parties with ties to ruling elite

The central election commission of Kyrgyzstan has declared the results of the weekend’s parliamentary election invalid after mass protests erupted in the Kyrgyz capital, Bishkek, and other cities.

Opposition supporters had seized government buildings overnight, freed the ex-president from jail and demanded a new election. Hundreds of people were hurt and one person died.

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