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Kurmanbek Bakiyev
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World Leader
    (August 1, 1949- )
    Born in Masadan, Kyrgyzstan
    Graduated from Kuybyshev Polytechnic Institute as an electric engineer (1972)
    Served in Soviet Army (1974-1976)
    Deputy chief engineer of a Jalal-Abad factory (1979)
    First secretary in town council of Kok-Yangak, Jalal-Abad (1990)
    Governor of Jalal-Abad (1992)
    Governor of Issyk-Kul Region (1997)
    Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan (December 21, 2000-May 22, 2002, March 25, 2005-June 20, 2005, July 10, 2005-August 15, 2005)
    President of Kyrgyzstan (March 25, 2005- )
    Elected president after Tulip Revolution, which ousted Askar Akayev from power
    Even though Kyrgyzstan is a fledgling democracy under his presidency, reports of human rights abuses continue.
    He decided to close the American air base at Manas International Airport, which can undermine the war effort in Afghanistan (February 2009).
    His second victory in elections was denounced as rigged and followed by riots in Bishkek (July 23, 2009).
    His government policies have been criticized by Kyrgyz politicians as an attempt to centralize his authority (October 21, 2009).
    He resembles the archetype Asian business tycoon.
    He oversaw an energy crisis in Kyrgyzstan as a result of mismanagement of the country's hydroelectric power (2008).
    He resigned from his job as a factory director and got involved in politics instead (1990).
    He restored democracy back to Kyrgyzstan.
    His first victory in elections was welcomed in the West as free and fair.
    He is willing to negotiate with America over the air base.

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    In 2010, Out of 222 Votes: 48.20% Annoying
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