Vice President of Kyrgyzstan

The Vice President of Kyrgyzstan was a political position in the government of Kyrgyzstan created in 1991. The position was abolished in 1993.

The Vice President was charged with assuming the duties of the president should he or she be unable to perform them. Under article 50 of the 2007 constitution, the Prime Minister now bears that responsibility.

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