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Government of Kyrgyzstan

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Provisional Government

  • Head of Provisional Government Roza Otunbayeva
  • Deputy of Finance Temir Sariev
  • Deputy of Economy Almazbek Atambayev
  • Deputy of Constitutional Reform Omurbek Tekebayev
  • Deputy of Prosecution Bodies and Financial Police Azimbek Beknazarov (acting Prosecutor-General in 2005)
  • Minister of Internal Affairs Bolotbek Sherniyazov
  • Minister of Health Care Damira Niyaz-Aliyeva
  • Head of National Security Service (GNSB) Keneshbek Duyshebayev
  • Government of Usenov

    21 October 2009 – 7 April 2010

    Contents

  • Prime-Minister Daniyar Usenov
  • First Deputy Prime-Minister Akylbek Japarov
  • Deputy Prime-Minister Tajikan Kalimbetova
  • Deputy Prime-Minister Aaly Karashev
  • Minister of Foreign Affairs Kadyrbek Sarbayev (since 26 January 2009)
  • Minister of Agriculture Iskenderbek Aydaraliyev
  • Minister of Defense Bakytbek Kalyev
  • Minister of Economic Regulations Jenishbek Bayguttiyev
  • Minister of Education and Science Abdulda Musayev
  • Minister of Emergency Situations Bakyt Torobayev
  • Minister of Energy Ilyas Davydov
  • Minister of Finance Marat Sultanov (former chairman of parliament in 2006–2007)
  • Minister of Health Care Marat Mambetov
  • Minister of Internal Affairs Moldomusa Kongantiyev (since January 2008) (heavily beaten up and taken hostage in 2010 Kyrgyzstan riots)
  • Minister of Justice Kurmantay Abdiyev
  • Minister of Labor, Employment, and Migration Aygul Ryskulova
  • Minister of Natural Resources Kapar Kurman-Aliyev
  • Minister of State Property Tursun Turdu-Mambetov
  • Minister of Transportation Nurlan Sulaymanov
  • Head of National Security Service (GNSB) Murat Sutalinov
  • References

    Government of Kyrgyzstan Wikipedia


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