In Kyrgyzstan, announced the overthrow of Bakiyev's Day holiday
Kyrgyz President Atambaev signed a decree on April 7th annual celebration of Day of the People's Revolution, which resulted in the April 7, 2010 presidential powers Kurmanbek Bakiyev resigned. On Monday, December 19, according to the official site of the head of the republic.
According to the presidential press service, the new law "On the Day of People's Revolution, April - April 7," was passed to "the formation of high patriotic consciousness, feelings of loyalty and training of civil liability for their homeland, as well as perpetuating the memory of the people Kyrgyzskoy tragic events of April 7 of 2010. "
The law came into force on the date of publication on Monday, December 19. Earlier, on November 17, according to the Regnum, an initiative of the annual Day of the People's Revolution Deputies of the Kyrgyz Supreme Council (Zhogorku Kenesh).
Previous President of Kyrgyzstan Kurmanbek Bakiyev resigned April 7, 2010 after massive popular uprisings, handing power to the Provisional Government. During the unrest in Bishkek killed over 80 people.
At People's Revolution Day Bakiyev on March 24 and was dedicated to the overthrow of March 24, 2005 former President Askar Akayev.
At present, Bakiyev and Akayev outside Kyrgyzstan - Belarus and Russia, respectively.