One of Tekebaev's deputies, parliamentarian Kubatbek Baibolov, outlined the group's main demands for the upcoming rally.
"These are our main demands: carrying out constitutional reforms, and judiciary and legal reforms, fighting crime, and carrying out other reforms such as economic and regional reforms as well as having the central authorities relinquish some of their powers,” Baibolov said.
Alliance members say they will not be seeking the resignation of President Kurmanbek Bakiyev, but they want him to be more efficient in carrying out democratic changes.
Kyrgyzstan has witnessed a new wave of popular discontent in recent weeks, just over a year after the country’s Tulip Revolution.
RFE/RL Central Asia Report
SUBSCRIBE For regular news and analysis on all five Central Asian countries by e-mail, subscribe to "RFE/RL Central Asia Report."