7:44 AM ET - The lower house of Kyrgyz's parliament from before the elections has announced that it will temporarily suspend its operations. The lower house said that it will cease all governmental operations in order to allow Interim President Kurmanbek Bakiev an easier situation to deal with. The lower house is not dissolving, however, and will remain in existance until the legal dispute concerning which parliament is legitimate is resolved. The upper house of the pre-election parliament has not yet commented on whether it will follow the same course. Reuters has more.
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