Kyrgyz election: Country divided

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BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan — Kyrgyzstan’s north-south political rift is on display, as defeated southern candidates call for a new presidential election because of irregularities in Sunday’s vote that returned a northern politician to power.

“There were tens of thousands of people shut out of the vote,” said defeated presidential candidate Adahkan Madumarov, vowing to “to fight for every single vote of the electorate.” 

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