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The Central Asian nation approves new government, solidifying unprecedented moves toward parliamentary democracy.
Inside Story examines how the violent protests could impact the region.
Former foreign minister is claiming to be Kyrgyzstan's interim leader.
Rights organisations say the press and opposition are being repressed in Kyrgyzstan.
Robin Forestier-Walker in Bishkek
Snap parliamentary elections unlikely to end political turmoil in the country.
Felix Kulov vows to unite country's opposition parties and lead them to power.
Kurmanbek Bakiyev has been sworn in as Kyrgyzstan's president.

Kyrgyzstan's parliament has accepted ousted President Askar Akayev's resignation and called an election for 10 July in a move to shore up stability in the impoverished Central Asian state.

Kyrgyzstan's deposed president Askar Akayev has tendered his resignation at his country's embassy in Moscow in the presence of members of the Central Asian state's parliament.
Kyrgyzstan's lawmakers have ended a damaging battle for legitimacy between rival parliaments, boosting prospects for political stability in the Central Asian country after last week's ouster of longtime leader Askar Akayev.
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