Revolution in Kyrgyzstan

It was on Friday March 18 that Ulan Sarbanov, governor of the Kyrgyz central bank realised that the demonstrations against the results of the elections, widely seen as unfair, could pose a serious threat to financial stability. Next week the situation deteriorated. On March 21 crowds seized a government building in the southern city of Osh and burnt it. The country saw that the government was no longer in control. On Tuesday March 22, sitting in his office in Bishkek, he received a call from the

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