This video from Kyrgyzstan says about itself:
07 Apr, 2010 03:20 GMT
Video footage made in Bishkek.
A Red Crescent vehicle is robbed.
Talas people wanted to make some National meeting at the main square but it was not allowed. People have been trying to do it for 2-3 more days and when the police used force everything began.
The main point is that all social services including electricity bills are increased in 4 times (for really poor people in this area this is unbearable).
Today all stuff started in Bishkek, the capital. Burned cars, fights, shooting. About 14 dead.
Opposite forces are require current president to post off.
Minister of Interior has been killed in Talas today.
All shops are closed. People can’t buy anything, especially there is no bread anywhere.
From Arab News:
BISHKEK: Kyrgyzstan’s self-proclaimed new leaders thanked Russia on Thursday for helping to oust President Kurmanbek Bakiyev, and said they aimed to close a US air base that supplies forces in Afghanistan.
The ousted president of Kyrgyzstan, Kurmanbek Bakiyev, has left the country. While his departure has forestalled the possible outbreak of civil war, the political situation remains unstable in the impoverished Central Asian nation: here.