The move could be a formality but, if the vote to elect Sadyr Japarov as Prime Minister of Kyrgyztan fails, it could further deepen the political crisis in a strategically located country.
Violent protests in the volatile Asian country erupted after a disputed parliamentary election.
Kyrgyzstan's parliament has elected the populist politician Sadyr Japarov as acting prime minister however the critics say the quorum was not reached the at the time of the vote.
Sadyr Japarov, 51, was this week freed by his supporters from prison where he was serving a lengthy sentence on charges of taking a state official hostage in a 2013 incident.
Violent clashes continue in the volatile Central Asian country known for a notoriously unstable political system.
Embattled Kyrgyz President Sooronbay Jeenbekov has declared a state of emergency in the capital Bishkek, under which soldiers have orders to prevent armed clashes.
A disputed parliamentary vote has sparked a fresh crisis in the volatile Central Asian country, triggering protests and unrest that have left at least one dead and hundreds injured.
Clashes between vigilantes and protesters trying to force their way into government buildings mark a growing sense of unease in a country that suffered violent revolts in 2005 and 2010.
Kyrgyzstan democratic experiment is in trouble, its citizens could yet salvage it.
Ahead of the announcement, opposition supporters in Kyrgyzstan had seized several government buildings in the country's capital, freed ex-president Atambayev from jail and announced plans to oust the president and form a new government.
Several anti-government protesters were injured during demonstrations in the capital Bishkek against the results of disputed parliamentary elections.
Two establishment parties look set to dominate parliament, but it remains unclear if they can form a grand coalition after a series of internal rifts plagued the previous ruling alliance.
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