Kyrgyzstan has held a parliamentary election like no other in Central Asia.

Competitive and technological, the October 4 vote set a bold example that has been hailed by organizers as a historic turning point for the nation.

All the same, the election is broadly expected to return a mandate for continuity that some fear may leave the country unprepared for troubles ahead.

After months of speculation, the Electricity Networks of Armenia, the power company whose price-hike touched off...
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