As of 2.00 p.m., 820,000 people voted in elections in Kyrgyzstan. The First Vice Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Tayirbek Sarpashev said today at a press conference.
According to him, in the last hours there were no failures of equipment. All devices are operating stably. As of 2.00 p.m., 29.9 percent of people voted. Also, the First Vice Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan admitted that queues of people wishing to vote formed at some polling stations.
"We can serve all. Technical parameters allow serving up to 350,000 people per hour. Currently, about 135,000 people vote hourly. Yes, there are cases where people do not find themselves in the lists. But we created information desks at the polling stations, and voters can get information about their polling station. This happens because the stations are adjacent to each other," Tayirbek Sarpashev concluded.