In Bishkek, the prime minister of Kyrgyzstan, Dzhoomart Otorbayev, has reported his decision to resign.
As reported by local media, the announcement was made by the head of the government right after a speech in the national parliament on the report on the activity of the government in 2014.
"In a democratic country there shouldn't be a monopoly on power. I think it is necessary to stir up where the power lies once again and therefore today I declare that I am leaving my post. I declare my resignation", he said.
He added that he made this decision to give younger politicians a chance to try their hand. We will remind you that Otorbayev has headed the government since April 9th last year.
Observers connect his leaving his post with disagreements with his country’s elites concerning the economic course of the state. We will remind you also that Kyrgyzstan has to join EURASEC in May.