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A Kyrgyz opposition leader claimed on Wednesday that the official government has resigned and that President Kurmanbek Bakiyev has left the capital Bishkek, but there has been no official confirmation.
"We went into the government building for talks; [Premier] Usenov wrote a declaration stating the government's resignation," Temir Sariyev told Russian journalists.
"Bakiyev left the building. It is not known where he went. He is not in Bishkek," he said.
BISHKEK, April 7 (RIA Novosti)
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