Meetings prohibited in Bishkek until July 20
Almaty. July 15. KazTAG - Meetings are forbidden in Bishkek until July 20, reports KyrTAG.
"Pervomaiskiy district administration applied to the court claiming to ban meetings, peaceful assemblies and marches from July 12 until July 20. Pervomaiskiy district court had prohibited the meetings in the center of Bishkek until July 20," reads the message.
The organizers of mass arrangements are not always able to control the situation which may result in congestions, block of motorways and walkways.
Street demonstrations have been forbidden also due to the official visit of the delegation of South Korea to Kyrgyzstan on July 17.
"The meetings have been prohibited for safety of city dwellers and guests of the capital. Meetings have been forbidden near the House of Government and Supreme Court. Actions may be organized on the territory of the park named after M. Gorkiy," resumed the message.
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