The Head of the Suzak Village Government in the Jalal-Abad oblast Bekzad Abdurashidov was relieved of his duties. Kloop’s information was confirmed by the president’s plenipotentiary representation for the Jalal-Abad oblast.
Last week YouTube deleted one of the videos at Kloop's channel and also banned us from posting anything for a week: we were notified that the deleted content contained "harassment and bullying".
YouTube deleted a video from Kloop's channel on November 26 on the grounds that it contained "harassment and bullying".
On October 4, the Minister of Health and Social Development, Alymkadyr Beishenaliev, said on Birinchi Radio that 28% of the country’s population had been fully vaccinated, and 38% of people in Kyrgyzstan received their first dose. We are here to tell you what Beishenaliev left out and to give you the general idea of how the late mass vaccination campaign is going in Kyrgyzstan.
Regardless, some women have managed to get involved in politics, but they face intense pressure from men. Why does this happen? Kloop has answers.
According to preliminary information from the Kyrgyz Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on October 5th, Pennsylvania State Police shot and killed the Kyrgyz citizen.
Kloop found out that these officials frequently get off without punishment: they flee from justice abroad, buy their way out with donations to the budget, and are released on amnesty. But most concerning is that after some time, one out of every five officials returns to politics and the civil service.
Mixed martial arts athlete Rafael Fiziev announced on his Instagram page that he would no longer compete under the flag of Kyrgyzstan.
Japarov was photographed with Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, as well as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
he program highlighted the key points of his upcoming work as chairman of the Cabinet.
The government of Kyrgyzstan accused the Canadian company of violating legislation and environmental damages in May 2021 and introduced external management in Kumtor Gold Company.
Kyrgyzstan is the only Central Asian country that publishes its officials’ asset declarations. But the system, meant to fight corruption, has been degrading for years. Now, in a crucial election year, it has plunged into darkness.