The worst-case scenario for Kyrgyzstan is the destruction of the parliamentary system and the return of a Russia-style, unaccountable presidential regime. But the people know that. They have had enough of revolutions. The interim government has given the country this real opportunity to install a better system. Will Russia be wise enough to see that it is their national interests to let that happen and to make deals with governments that have genuine mandates from the people?
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