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Euromoney Country Risk

ECR Country view: Five reasons why 2011 will see renewed violence in Kyrgyzstan (and one reason why it won’t)

Country risk March 2011: Middle East drops, sub-Saharan Africa rises

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Five reasons for: 1. A Fragile Coalition: Unusually for Central Asia, the election in October of an interim government led by President Roza Otunbayeva was judged by international investors to have been a fair contest. However, it remains to be seen whether the new parliamentary system adopted since the deposing of Kurmanbek Bakiyev last summer can be made to work as a system of government.

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