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The President of Kyrgyzstan signed the law on “foreign representatives”

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The Kyrgyz service of Radio Liberty writes that this law is 98% similar to the Russian law “on foreign agents.”

The President of Kyrgyzstan, Sadyr Japarov, signed the law on “foreign representatives”. Radio Liberty’s Kyrgyz service reported this on Tuesday, April 2.

It is reported that the law will take effect in 10 days.

Under the new law, all non-governmental organizations funded from abroad and carrying out “political activities” in Kyrgyzstan will be recognized as “performing the function of a foreign representative” and therefore required to register with the Ministry of Justice.

Organizations recognized as “foreign representatives” will also be forced to report on the use of funds received from outside, as well as on joint activities.

It is also reported that the authorities may conduct unscheduled inspections, and related organizations that are not registered as “foreign representatives” will have to suspend activities for six months.

The President of Kyrgyzstan accused non-governmental organizations working in Kyrgyzstan for 30 years and not reporting to anyone, but “only opening bank accounts, taking money from foreign donors and using it at their own discretion, including for personal purposes.”

The Kyrgyz service of Radio Liberty writes that this law is 98% similar to the Russian law “on foreign agents.”

Let’s recall that Kyrgyzstan advised its citizens to refrain from traveling to the Russian Federation after the terrorist attack on the Crocus City Hall concert hall in Krasnogorsk near Moscow.

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