Bishkek, Nov. 29, 2021 . / Kabar / . The website of the country’s Central Elections Commission was attacked by hackers from 20 countries, Secretary of the Security Council of Kyrgyzstan and head of the headquarters for the parliamentary elections Marat Imankulov said during a briefing on Monday, Kabar reported.
"Deputy Chairman of the Security Council Taalatbek Masadykov and I checked the CEC server. Then experts said there was an attack. Last year there were similar attempts, but the screen showed that they were blocking the hacker attack. Expert said that they did not let the site be hacked," said Imankulov.
The secretary added all attempts to falsify election results will be prevented.
The parliamentary elections were held in Kyrgyzstan to elect 90 deputies of the Jogorku Kenesh by using a mixed electoral system. 54 deputies are to be elected according to the proportional system in single electoral constituencies, while 36 deputies are to be elected from single-mandate constituencies on a majority basis.
According to data of the automatically reading ballot, six parties have overcome 5 % barrier - Butun Kyrgyzstan (6.71 %), Alliance (8.12%), Yiman Nuru (5.98 %), Yntymak (10.73 %), Ishenim (13.43 %), Ata-Zhurt Kyrgyzstan (16.83 %).