Pauline H. Baker - President of The Fund for Peace wrote "Violence is erupting predominantly within societies in which the state - the central locus of authority and power - is disintegrating. These states may be losing political legitimacy in the eyes of their people because of repression, rigged elections, corruption, political exclusion, economic decline or a coup d'etat... Failing states cannot sustain essential public services, promote equitable economic growth or provide for the public welfare. They do not maintain domestic tranquility or provide for the common defense. They are dysfunctional polities - in large part because they are institutionally incompetent".
My comments: It's rigorous portrayal of the present malevolent ruling elite of Kyrgyzstan and kyrgyz political regime. Which based its country management policy on violence. In the absence of competence.