Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Kyrgyzstan Unrest and It's Importance

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/8608440.stm

What will this new violence do to the stability of this region both politically and economically?

Map of Bishkek

14 comments:

  1. This conflict is making a big impact in the world not only there in that environment but others. It is doing this because it works everywhere. people are trying to understand people and what they are doing. People need to have respect for others political life and also economically. For the political life, many people are recording this all as this madness happens. The economic system is no going to be able to work with the people that are going crazy. The way anyone offended the people or the other way around should just be ignored and respected.

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  2. The civil wars are highly influenced the central ability, without unsuccessfully communication, there would be a democracy and isolation existing in the country. Economically, there would be less and less merchant would trade with them, the isolation would be enlarged. There is a web site below that explained the situation existing.

    http://www.timeslive.co.za/world/article391491.ece/Kyrgyzstan-opposition-sets-up-peoples-government

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  3. This problem is making a big impact on the environment and on the people. People are trying to understand what other people are doing. People need to have respect for others, political life and also economically. The economic system is now going to be able to work with the people that are going insane.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/8608440.stm

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  4. Matthew 5, Lauren 5, Reese 5April 13, 2010 at 1:29 PM

    Kyrgyzstan's people want a new government, but the country is in a crisis. There is no one stepping up and calming things down. President Bakiyev has left the capital and gone to Jalalabad in hope for support and he has not spoken since this violence started. Many people are dying from these violent attacks as people are going crazy. The president has not resigned yet and an interim government is being put on hold. Trade and the economy are coming to a halt and the government doesn't seem to be making any progress. The United States has had to suspend military flights from their base and have had to stop bringing forces in Afghanistan. This isn't just affecting Kyrgyzstan, but other Middle Eastern nations, Russia, and the U.S. Another different conflict is what is happening to the environment. Hopefully this madness will be settled soon.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/8608440.stm

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  5. Emily Haley Gabriel Natalia Juliette 3April 14, 2010 at 12:31 PM

    The violence will affect the stability of the region politically and economically because the people of Kyrgyzstan wanted a new government and that is affecting many people and the places they live. The country is having problems which is causing many people do die due to the violent attacks. Kygyzstan is not the only place that is being affected by this but also the United States and Russia.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/8608440.stm

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  6. Kendall3, Tyler3, Nick3, Sammy3, Nick3April 14, 2010 at 12:34 PM

    The opposition in Kyrgyzstan has created out of control crowds and many people, at lest 65, have died. President Kurmanbek has supposedly left the capital, Bishkek, to support his home region, Jalalabad. This is not a proven fact. There has been no word from Mr Bakiyev since the clashes on Wednesday in the capital. The scene in Bishkek on Thursday morning was calm, with the opposition apparently in control of the gov. headquarters. Ms Otunbayeva spoke at a news conference and tells us that the government that is to remain in power for the next 6 months is fully in control of the country and had appointed new ministers.

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  7. This new violence will change the stability of this region both politically and economically. It changes stability because it is a war. It changes politically because all the people will find about it. It changes economically because we will loose lots of money and other staff because of it. The government house is to close to the border lines.

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  8. Kygyzstan is not the only place that is being affected by this but also the United States and Russia. At lest 65 people have died. The violence of the region has affected stability of the government and the economy. The economy will be affected because they are loosing workers which affects the economy.

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  9. garrett15, briana 5, kristine 5April 21, 2010 at 10:41 AM

    Kyrgyzstan is in very deep trouble and it will take an extremely long time to recover from these violent acts. The government is in trouble and we think that Kyrgyzstan will have a very hard time recovering and it might not even recover its economic and political stability.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/8608440.stm

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  10. The war is bad for the economy and the politically they both need each other to work because if the economy is bad then the politically will be bad. The people will stop believing the politically part because they will be saying what are they doing we need better people if they can't do anything to help us. The people are really the ones who rule the country because they can boycott the politically party. The war will only divide the country until they all go the wrong path so the country will suffer so the people will suffer too.

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  11. Mauricio 5, you were having very brief points, talk about more on, how does this impact on environment should each other respect, etc.

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  12. That violence is hard to imagine. I saw the video, and I was appalled by it. The opposition in Kyrgyzstan is setting up a "people's government"? They should have said that excuse earlier. Since they did not, it hurts not only Krygyzstan, but it could have hurt their opposition as well during the violent act. Polically and economically, the stability of Krygyzstan still appears to be in shape. Sixty-five deaths in a tragic incident is a lot. However, there was not a lot of significant damage done to buildings and vehicles, so the nation of Krygyzstan does not require a lot of reconstruction.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/8608440.stm

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  13. @Sterling
    I am strongly agree with you Sterling, one country cannot be successful on any way, if there is civil war and violence on the street. "Normal" country would never trade with one of those countries, because they can be really scared for their products, companies, people who are working there... Nice comment!

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  14. this problem is making an incredible impact because humans are not respecting one to another. humans got to respect the political and economically life's of others because we are all humans and we've got to help one to another.

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