Asian Development Bank and Kyrgyz Republic: Fact Sheet
Asian Development Bank | April 2011
Updated yearly, this ADB Fact Sheet provides social and economic indicators on Kyrgyz Republic as well as concise information on ADB's operations in the country and contact information. The Kyrgyz Republic joined the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in 1994. ADB’s resident mission in the Kyrgyz Republic was established in April 2000, enhancing ADB’s capacity for policy dialogue, programming, and project implementation. Since joining ADB, the Kyrgyz Republic has received $736.2 million in Asian Development Fund (ADF) loans, $252.6 million in ADF grants and Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction Program (JFPR) grants, and $41.7 million in technical assistance provisions. ADB loans are helping the economy recover from political upheaval in 2010, when a popular uprising led to the dismissal of President Kurmanbek Bakiev. A provisional government emerged in April. In June, the country adopted a new constitution, which changed the political system from a presidential republic to a parliamentary republic. Parliamentary elections were held on 10 October, with five parties gaining seats in the Parliament. Following the creation of the majority coalition consisting of three parties in December, the Parliament elected the speaker and formed the government.
CitationAsian Development Bank. 2011. Asian Development Bank and Kyrgyz Republic: Fact Sheet. © Asian Development Bank. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/5652.
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