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Submitted by Nurlan Yrysov on

The main and only problem of the energy sector of Kyrgyzstan is the weak management which leads to corruption. Any rise of tariffs, any low cost credits or support from third parties will not be long term effective. The legislative basement must be studied and if there is need it should be accepted as a prior law for the economy of the republic. For example in Turkey there is EPDK which had its own rules and regulates energy sector on behalf of the government. The excellent example is the Brasil's experience, how effectively they solved management, corruption problems at whole.