Kyrgyzstani constitutional referendum, 1998
A constitutional referendum was held on October 17, 1998 in Kyrgyzstan.
There were a total of 2,277,592 registered voters, and the referendum was adopted.
The main provisions of the referendum were the land reform - that is, the introduction of private ownership of land for the citizens of Kyrgyzstan; Change in the distribution of seats as well as the redistribution of seats in the parliament of two chambers, increasing the number of seats in the Legislative Assembly ( Zhogorku Kenesh ) from 35 to 60 and decrease the number of seats in the People's Representative Assembly (Assembly of People 's Representatives ) from 70 to changing distance to the right of members of Parliament the state budget without the consent of the government, freedom of the press - - 45, changes in budgetary policy determining the increase of the free independent media in Kyrgyzstan; Restriction of immunity, ie the amount of legal immunity given to the members in parliament to limit, to stop the corruption.
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