They demanded that free and fair parliamentary elections be held in February, chanting "Police -- with us. National Security Service -- with people! Akaev - Go Away!"
Sherimkulov told the gathering that power in the Kyrgyzstan should be transferred by peaceful and legal means. He was referring to presidential elections set for 30 October.
Yesterday, President Askar Akaev met with officials of the Chui region in the town of Tokmok. He called the opposition a radical force seeking to obtain power by radical means.
Opposition leader said they will continue their protest tomorrow.