Kyrgyzstan’s parliament voted to nominate a brand unusual top minister Wednesday, two days after his predecessor resigned amid a scandal over whether or not the manager illegally sold radio frequencies.
The lawmakers overwhelmingly accredited the candidacy of Kubatbek Boronov, the used Emergency Minister who changed into at the helm of the Central Asian country’s fight in opposition to the coronavirus, with 105 votes out of 116.
“I truly have repeatedly served the other folks … and on this crucial set I will perform my most productive to continue serving the other folks,” Boronov acknowledged in parliament on Wednesday.
His predecessor, Mukhammedkalyi Abylgaziyev, announced that he changed into stepping down Monday. He denied any involvement in the frequencies scandal, but acknowledged he resigned because “in recently’s complicated prerequisites, when the country confronts the threat of coronavirus an infection and struggles with its consequences for the economic system, the manager ought to work stably and obtain pleasure from the pudgy self belief of citizens.”
Abylgaziyev turned into premier in 2018.