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Feliks Kulov
Felix Sharshenbayevich Kulov (Russian: Феликс Шаршенбаевич Кулов; Kyrgyz: Феликс Шаршенбаевич (Шаршенбай уулу) Кулов, Feliks Şarşenbayeviç (Şarşenbay uulu) Kulov; born 29 October 1948) is a Kyrgyz politician who was Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan
Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan
from 2005 to 2007, following the Tulip Revolution. He first served from 1 September 2005 until he resigned on 19 December 2006.[1] President Kurmanbek Bakiyev
Kurmanbek Bakiyev
reappointed him acting Prime Minister the same day,[2] but parliamentary opposition meant Bakiyev's attempts to renominate Kulov in January 2007 were unsuccessful and on 29 January the assembly's members approved a replacement
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Prime Minister Of Kyrgyzstan
The Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan
is the head of government of Kyrgyzstan. Until 2010, the President was in a stronger position than the Prime Minister in Kyrgyzstan, but after the 2010 constitutional referendum, the state transitioned to a parliamentary system, placing greater power in parliament and the cabinet at the expense of the president. The president is allowed to appoint the Prime Minister temporarily, and his appointment is known as the acting Prime Minister. The acting Prime Minister becomes a full Prime Minister by being confirmed by the Supreme Council (parliament)
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Kubanychbek Jumaliyev
Kubanychbek Jumaliyev (Кубанычбек Мырзабекович Жумалиев) (born 26 April 1956) served as the Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan from 24 March 1998 to 23 December 1998.[1] He was born in Jalal-Abad Province.[2] He graduated from Ryazan Radiotechnical Institute in 1978[3] and worked in Frunze Polytechnic Institute from 1978 to 1992.[3] He has a doctorate in Physical and Technical Sciences, and his scientific research was in holography and optical information processing.[2] He served as the First Deputy Minister of Education and Science from 1994 to 1995, the First Deputy State Secretary from 1995 to 1996, the Chief of Staff from 1996 to 1998, Prime Minister from 24 March 1998 to 23 December 1998, Governor of Jalal-Abad Province from 1998 to 2001, Minister of Transport and Communications[2] from 2001 to 2005, and First Vice Prime Minister from 2002-2005.[3] He founded the Democratic Party Adilet party.[2] He is married with four children.[2] References[edit]^
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Russia
Coordinates: 60°N 90°E / 60°N 90°E / 60; 90Russian Federation Росси́йская Федерaция (Russian) Rossiyskaya FederatsiyaFlagCoat of armsAnthem:  "Gosudarstvenny gimn Rossiyskoy Federatsii"  (transliteration) "State Anthem of the Russian Federation"Location of Russia
Russia
(green) Russian-administered Crimea
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Kara-Kirghiz Autonomous Oblast
The Kara-Kirghiz Autonomous Oblast (Russian: Кара-Киргизская автономная область; Kyrgyz: Кыргыз автономия облусу), abbreviated as Kara-Kirghiz AO (Russian: Кара-Киргизская АО; Kyrgyz: Кыргыз АО) or KAO (Russian: КАО; Kyrgyz: КАО) in the former region of Soviet Central Asia, was created on 14 October 1924 within the Russian SFSR
Russian SFSR
from the predominantly Kyrgyz part of the Turkestan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. On 15 May 1925 it was renamed into the Kirghiz Autonomous Oblast. On 11 February 1926 it was reorganized into the Kirghiz ASSR (Not to be confused with the Kirghiz ASSR that was the first name of Kazak ASSR)
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Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic
Kirghizia,[2] officially the Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic (Kirghiz SSR; Kyrgyz: Кыргыз Советтик Социалисттик Республикасы Qığız Sovettik Soţialisttik Respublikası; Russian: Киргизская Советская Социалистическая Республика Kirgizskaya Sovetskaya Sotsialisticheskaya Respublika) and the Republic of Kirghizia, also referred to as Soviet Kirghizia,[3] was one of the constituent republics of the Soviet Union (USSR) from 1936 to 1991. Landlocked and mountainous, it bordered Tajikistan and China to the south, Uzbekistan to the west and Kazakhstan to the north. The Kirghiz branch of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union governed the republic from 1936 until 1990. On 15 December 1990, the Kirghiz SSR was renamed to Socialist Republic of Kirghizia after declaring its state sovereignty
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Ivan Rebrov
Ivan Pavlovich Rebrov (1890–1938) was a politician of the Kyrgyz SSR who chaired that republic's Council of People's Commissars in an acting capacity from April 27 to July 19, 1938.v t ePrime Ministers of KyrgyzstanKara-Kyrgyz AOYusup Abdrakhmanov Bayaly IsakeyevKyrgyz SSRBayaly Isakeyev Murat Salikhov Ismail Abuzyarov* Ivan Rebrov* Turabay Kulatov Iskhak Razzakov Abdy Suyerkulov Kazy Dikambayev Bolot Mambetov Akhmatbek Suyumbayev Sultan Ibraimov Pyotr Khodos* Arstanbek Duysheyev Apas JumagulovKyrgyz RepublicNasirdin Isanov Andrei Iordan* Tursunbek Chyngyshev Almanbet Matubraimov* Apas Jumagulov Kubanychbek Jumaliyev Boris Silayev* Jumabek Ibraimov Boris Silayev* Amangeldy Muraliyev Kurmanbek Bakiyev Nikolai Tanayev Kurmanbek Bakiyev Felix Kulov Azim Isabekov Almazbek Atambayev Iskenderbek Aidaraliyev* Igor Chudinov Daniar Usenov Almazbek Atambayev Omurbek Babanov* Almazbek Atambayev Omurbek Babanov Aaly Karashev* Zhantoro Satyb
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Sultan Ibraimov
Sultan Ibraimovich Ibraimov (Kyrgyz and Russian:Султан Ибраимович Ибраимов) (September 20, 1927 – December 4, 1980) was an administrator and politician in the Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic. A long-time governor of Osh oblast, then comprising the entire southern part of present-day Kyrgyzstan, he rose to the position of Chairman of the Council of Ministers (i.e., Prime Minister) of the Kyrgyz SSR in 1978.Contents1 Assassination 2 Legacy2.1 Eponyms 2.2 Memorials 2.3 Books3 Relatives 4 External linksAssassination[edit] He was assassinated on 4 December 1980 under circumstances that have never been fully explained. He was killed by two shots in the head in his own bed in the government residence in Cholpon-Ata on Lake Issyk-Kul
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Apas Jumagulov
Apas Jumagulov (Апас Джумагулов, Апас Жумагулов) (born 19 September 1934) served as the Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan from 14 December 1993 to 24 March 1998. He studied geology and mineralogy at the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in Moscow and began his political career in the Communist Party of the Kyrgyz SSR in 1973, becoming a Secretary in the Central Committee of the Party in 1979 and President of Council of Ministers of Kyrgyz SSR in 1986. Jumagulov and Absamat Masaliyev were the two original candidates for the Kyrgyz Presidency on 25 October 1990, but neither could get the majority of votes, so the Republic's Supreme Soviet chose Askar Akayev to be the first President on 27 October 1990
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Nasirdin Isanov
Nasirdin Isanovich Isanov (Russian: Насирдин Исанович Исанов, 7 November 1943 – 29 November 1991) served as the first Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan from 30 August 1991 to 29 November 1991, when he died in a car crash. Biography[edit] In 1966 he graduated from the Moscow Engineering and Construction Institute, and for several years he worked in the construction industry. After joining the Communist Party in 1969, he rose through party structures, becoming first secretary of the Osh regional Komsomol. In 1983 he became Construction Minister in the Kyrgyz Soviet Republic. In January 1991 he became Prime Minister of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan. He is buried in Ala-Archa cemetery in Bishkek. References[edit]Исанов Насирдин Исанович. knews.kg
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Andrei Iordan
Andrey Andreyevich Iordan (Андрей Андреевич Иордан) (22 December 1934 in Klarus, Podlesnovsky district, Saratov province, Soviet Union – 20 January 2006 in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan) served as the State Secretary of Kyrgyzstan and temporarily exercised the duties of Prime Minister from 29 November 1991 to 10 February 1992
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Tursunbek Chyngyshev
Tursunbek Chygyshevich Chyngyshev (Турсунбек Чынгышевич Чынгышев) (born 15 October 1942) served as the Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan from 10 February 1992 to 13 December 1993
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Almanbet Matubraimov
Almanbet Matubraimovich Matubraimov (Алманбет Матубраимович Матубраимов) (born 25 August 1952) served as a Speaker of the Supreme Council of Kyrgyzstan and briefly the acting Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan. He took over from Tursunbek Chyngyshev on 13 December 1993. On January 3, 2006 Matubraimov was appointed to the role of representing Kyrgyzstan in the Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC).[1] References[edit]^ "A.Matubraimov appointed as representative of Kyrgyzstan to EurAsEC". Kabar
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Boris Silayev
Boris Ivanovich Silaev (Борис Иванович Силаев) (born February 28, 1946, in Lyalichi, Mikhaylovsky District, Primorsky Krai) is a former Kyrgyz politician. He is an ethnic Russian. His family moved to the Kyrgyz SSR when he was 10, and he graduated from the Frunze Polytechnic Institute in 1974. He was Mayor of Bishkek from 1995 to 1998
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United Front For A Worthy Future For Kyrgyzstan
The United Front For A Worthy Future For Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan
(UFFWFK) is an alliance of political parties making up the largest political opposition organization in Kyrgyzstan. Former Prime Minister Felix Kulov leads the organization and Azamat Kalman is the party's spokesperson.[1][2] Politicians opposed to President Kurmanbek Bakiyev's policies formed the alliance on 27 February 2007.[1] Azamat Kalman, the party's spokesperson, said in mid-March 2007, "protest rallies will start in the provinces on April 9 and the same rallies will start in the Kyrgyz capital, Bishkek, on April 11."[2] The protests ended after clashes erupted on April 19 between protesters and the police; according to the former, the clashes were the work of provocateurs
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Jumabek Ibraimov
Jumabek Ibraimov (Жумабек Ибраимович Ибраимов) (1 January 1944 – 4 April 1999) was a Kyrgyz politician. Born in Dzhany-Alysh of Kemin District he graduated from Frunze Polytechnic Institute in 1971. He was a post-graduate student and worked as a teacher until mid-70s. In 1976 - 1977 he worked as an engineer and the head of the department of technology at the Agricultural Machinery Works named after M.V.Frunze, and in 1977 - 1984 as a design engineer, head of engineering department, chief engineer, and director of Min-Kush branch of Orgtehnika factory. In 1984 he became a head of People's Control Commission, and the First Secretary of Balykchy Town Committee of Communist Party. In 1988 - 1991, Jumabek Ibraimov served as a First Deputy of a Head of Administration of Central Committee of Communist Party of Kyrgyzstan. He served as the Mayor of Bishkek from 1993-1995
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