Ousted Kyrgyz Leader Says Not Resigning
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Kyrgyzstan’s ousted President Askar Akayev, in exile in Russia following last week’s coup in the Central Asian state, said on Tuesday that he would not resign.
"So far I have not resigned as president. That’s why I consider myself the one and only legitimate and elected president. At the moment I see no reason to resign," Akayev told Ekho Moskvy radio in an interview.
He said he was staying near Moscow.
I don’t know if this is a good or bad thing for the Kyrgyz people. All I know is that whoever is in charge . . . needs to buy more vowels. This country needs ’em.