SDPK members discuss the possible membership of Kyrgyzstan in the Socialist International
Bishkek, July 4 / Kabar /. The delegation of the Social Democratic Party of Kyrgyzstan (SDPK) discussed possible membership of Kyrgyzstan in the Socialist International, the Secretariat of SDPK parliamentary faction reported.
A regular meeting of the Council of the Socialist International (SI), the oldest of the international Social-Democratic organization in the world is held in Geneva.
The delegation of Kyrgyzstan, consisting of representatives of SDPK Zhanar Akayev, Aida Kasymalieva and Aydin Bakytbek uulu held meetings with the leadership of the Socialist International.
"Kyrgyzstan is the only country in Central Asia with a parliamentary form of government. The Social Democrats have played and continue to play a very important role in the country in establishing a parliamentary system and the democratic process," MP Zhanar Akayev said during a meeting with the Secretary General of the Socialist International Luis Ayala.
The main topic of the event was to strengthen the political responsibility at the time of international crisis, the protection of democracy and support the struggle for rights and freedoms in the countries where they are under threat.
The meeting was attended by delegates from 153 countries, including political leaders, members of parliament and representatives of the social democratic parties around the world.