Kyrgyzstan wraps up vote count
The final official result does not differ from thepreliminary count following the October 10 election
. The winner is the opposition party Ata-Zhurt (Motherland), which holds 28 of the 120 seats in the new parliament.
Four other parties which received more than 5 per cent of the votes required, are the pro-government Ata-Meken (Fatherland), the Social Democratic Party and opposition parties Ar-Namys (Dignity) and Republic. They hold 18, 26, 25 and 23 seats respectively.
As no party has the constitutional majority, a ruling coalition is to be formed within 45 days.
Out of almost three million registered voters almost 56 per cast their ballots.