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After ethnic unrest, election to pick new parliament in Central Asian nation looks set to produce coalition government.
Vote to pick newly empowered legislature held in Central Asian nation under the shadow of ethnic unrest.
Central Asian nation to hold parliamentary polls on Sunday following months of political upheaval and ethnic violence.
Election in former Soviet state is held amid fears of repeat of ethnic violence that killed hundreds of people in June.
Ata Jort has pledged to bring back ousted president if it wins Sunday's parliamentary vote.
Tensions rise ahead of Sunday's election as protesters demand party linked to ousted president is barred from ballot.
Thousands show support for Bakiyev-appointed official amid rumours of his dismissal.
Roza Otunbayeva will govern the strife-torn country until December 31, 2011.
Roza Otunbayeva will hold the presidency until December 31, 2011.
Nephew of ousted president arrested and charged with fomenting recent ethnic unrest.
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