People's Movement of Kyrgyzstan

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People's Movement of Kyrgyzstan is an electoral alliance formed on September 22, 2004 in Kyrgyzstan. President Kurmanbek Bakiyev was chosen as the movement's Chairman at the alliance's November 5 founding congress, it was created to contest the February 2005 parliamentary elections.

Following his election as President in 2005, Bakiyev resigned as Chairman of the movement; the current leadership has been highly critical of Bakiyev since his election, notably his failure to quickly pass key reforms. It also passed a resolution on December 24, 2005 calling for the President to move towards adopting a new constitution.

The movement had the following members

Following the Tulip Revolution of 2005, the future of the movement remains unclear