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Önügüü–Progress was formed in 2012 by Torobayev after he left Respublika, and primarily draws its support from southern Kyrgyzstan, where there is a significant Uzbek population. In December 2013 the Uluttar Birimdigi party merged into it.
In the 2015 parliamentary elections the party received 9.3% of the vote, winning 13 seats in the Supreme Council. However, in October 2017 three of its MPs were expelled from the party, leaving it with 10 seats.
- Kyrgyz Republic IFES
- Kyrgyzstan: Nations in Transit 2015 Freedom House
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- Kyrgyzstan: Presidential Losers’ Grip on Parliamentary Power Base Falters Central Asia Today, 27 October 2017