Kyrgyzstan has fallen to the democratic (?) opposition. Unlike the velvet revolution, the rose or the orange, this one was a bit more violent. Without cohesion of the opposition, the potential for violence still looms. Obviously there will be political impact in central asia, but I doubt the other central asian republics will intervene.
The other interesting question is how will this set precedence for Lebannon, Iran, and Syria.

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