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The final results of Kyrgyzstan's referendum show more than 90 percent of its voters support the new constitution.
The Central Electoral Committee made the announcement after counting all the votes from more than 2,300 polling stations.
Turnout reached 72 percent and only eight percent of voters were against the charter.
Two weeks after the ethnic clashes in the southern part of Kyrgyzstan, the country held the nationwide referendum Sunday to choose a parliamentary democracy.