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16 Feb

During the last three years the members of parliament and government of the Kyrgyz Republic initiated a number of legislative initiatives aiming at narrowing the political space for the civil society.Many of those initiatives were driven by rapprochement with Russia, joining the Customs Union and the Eurasian Economic Community (EAEC), which caused copying of the Russian legislation and political technologies aiming at suppression of the civil society and persecution of human rights defenders, journalists and opposition members.In 1825 Khokand authorities established the fortress of "Pishpek" in order to control local caravan-routes and to collect tribute from Kyrgyz tribes.On 4 September 1860, with the approval of the Kyrgyz, Russian forces led by Colonel Zimmermann destroyed the fortress.The province surrounds the city, although the city itself is not part of the province, but rather a province-level unit of Kyrgyzstan.Post-Soviet research suggests the name derives from a Kyrgyz word for a churn used to make fermented mare's milk (kumis), the Kyrgyz national drink - although not all sources agree on this.

According to a conclusion made by the School of Peace-building and Media Technologies, “in 4% of the cases during the reporting period LGBT representatives were the targets of hate” in the media field.The remains of ancient settlements dated to the 14-15 centuries, lie at the bottom of the lake, at Chon Koi-Suu, where the ruins of several stone and brick buildings, foundations of buildings, floors, timber floors, fences, etc. The name “Yssyk-Kol” means “hot lake” in Kyrgyz and it never freezes. The mountain, and at the same time, marine microclimate produces a wild, unique environment.The mountains surrounding the lake are a shelter for very rare animals species (snow leopard, cutter-loader, wild boar, etc.) and plants, such as the Tyan-Shan fir.Ninety-four percent of the country is over 1,000m above sea level and about forty-one percent is over 3,000m. Climate: The climate of Kyrgyzstan is continental, with a relevantly small amount of atmospheric precipitation. In the lowlands, the temperatures vary from -4° / -6°C (21 / 24°F) in January to 16/24°C (61 / 75°F) in July.The average elevation is 2,750m; the highest elevation is 7,439m; and the lowest is 401m. In the highlands, the temperatures vary from -14° / -20°C (7 / -4°F) in January, to 8 / 12°C (46 / 54°F) in July.