BISHKEK: Kyrgyz Prime Minister Temir Sariyev resigned on Monday, after several parliament members accused his cabinet of corruption.
"Squabbles, rumours and gossip have upset the balance within the government," Sariyev said. "The government's work has stalled at such a difficult time."
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