Temir Sariyev

Temir Agrembaevich Sariyev (Kyrgyz: Темир Агрембаевич Сариев, romanizedTemir Agrembayevich Sariyev, [temir sɑˈrijev]) (born 17 June 1963) is a Kyrgyz politician who was Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan from 2015 to 2016.[3] He was a presidential candidate for the 2009 elections, receiving 157,005 (6.74%) votes.[4] Sariyev was a candidate in the country's 2017 presidential elections, in which he garnered 2.54% of the vote (42,910 votes) and came in fourth place.[5][6]

Temir Sariyev
Kyrgyz: Темир Сариев
Temir Sariev in August 2017.jpg
17th Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan
In office
1 May 2015 – 13 April 2016
PresidentAlmazbek Atambayev
Preceded byDjoomart Otorbaev
Succeeded bySooronbay Jeenbekov
Minister of Finance[1]
In office
8 April 2010 – July 2010
Preceded byMarat Sultanov
Succeeded byChorobek Imashev
Personal details
Born
Temir Argembaevich Sariyev

(1963-06-17) June 17, 1963 (age 59)
Sokuluk District, Chuy Region, Kirghiz SSR, Soviet Union
Political partyAkshumkar[2]
Children2

Early careerEdit

Sariyev was born on June 17, 1963 in the village of Tösh-Bulak, Sokuluk District, Chuy Region. He graduated from a sports boarding school in Bishkek at the age of 17. From 1981 to 1983, he served in the Soviet Army. After that, he worked at the Alamedinskaya fur factory, first as a freight forwarder, then as an economist and a senior economist. In 1987, he got a job at the department of working youth of the Alamedin District Committee, working first as an instructor, and two years later, he became the head of the department. He was engaged in party work in the Alamedin district committee until 1991.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "САРИЕВ Темир Аргембаевич | ЦентрАзия". centrasia.org.
  2. ^ "Список политических партий Кыргызской Республики - ЦИК КР". shailoo.gov.kg.
  3. ^ "Countries JK". rulers.org.
  4. ^ . 22 July 2011 https://web.archive.org/web/20110722132014/http://cec.shailoo.gov.kg/i-election.asp?ElectionID=93&DistrictID=1373. Archived from the original on 22 July 2011. {{cite web}}: Missing or empty |title= (help)
  5. ^ "Atambaev Accepts Jeenbekov's Resignation, Appoints Interim Kyrgyz PM". RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty.
  6. ^ ЦИК КР: На выборах Президента Кыргызской Республики приняло участие 55,93% от общего числа избирателей
Political offices
Preceded by Minister of Finance
2010
Succeeded by
Preceded by Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan
2015–2016
Succeeded by