Published On: Tue, Apr 12th, 2016

Kyrgyzstan Prime Minister Resigns Due to Corruption Accusations


Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Temir Sariyev resigned on 11 April, 2016 following accusing of corruption linking a road construction project in the ex-Soviet nation.


He was presidential candidate for the 2009 elections but won prime minister rank in 2015 and now decided to quit the post aimed protect at stability in the nation though Almazbek Atanbayev, president of Kyrgyzstan immediately accepted his resignation.

Sudden leaving of Temir comes two days earlier than a parliamentary commission was to show off outcome of his a road construction project case which was being investigated involving accusations of graft.


However, the nation’s transport minister of Kyrgyzstan also claimed for his linking wrongdoing from the $100 million project which was constructed by a Chinese construction company, has stolen a number of many.

Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan’s staff teamed up with a deputy of Transport Minister of the country receiving the interests of the Long Hai Company when they had won the tender, TM Argynbek Malabayev claimed in his statement.

Temir Sariyev had refused the allegations of corruption connecting a road construction project in the ex-Soviet nation, describing that his critics have failed to prove their claims. Nevertheless, no one explained clearly that who would succeed him.

He took oath as the 28th prime minister in the poor Central Asian nation after receiving prominent lead in 2015 even turned out to be an independent in 1991 because of the Soviet collapse.

When it comes to bad and poor system of past of the rugged Central Asian country, its two Kyrgyzstan presidents have been expelled launching violent protests.

The former prime minister of the nation has claimed could not have probably interfered in tender though accepted probe linking to its assistants, while Transport Minister is still claiming for his wrongdoing.