Whether the statement was her own or the speech-writers’, it had an element of uncommon creativity mixed with sense of humour.The 20 revolutions in Kyrgyzstan were not enough to produce representative -government and equal state-society relations.In the beginning of June 2013, mass protests in Kyrgyzstan paralysed the work of one of the largest companies in the country.
‘Kyrgyz revolutions became a phenomenon for world public…Less than a year after [2010 revolution], mass protest actions of peaceful civilians began in North Africa and Middle East.
In response, the government imposed a state of emergency.
The unrest lasted for about a week and gradually faded away.
In the beginning of June 2013, mass protests in Kyrgyzstan paralysed the work of one of the largest companies in the country: Centerra Gold Inc.
The Canada-based gold mining giant is operating in Kumtor, Issyk Kul Province (north of Kyrgyzstan), providing the Central Asian country’s economy with foreign investment.