The Kyrgyz Parliament's Constitutional Law and State System Committee will call for a vote of no confidence against the government, Interfax reports referring to committee deputy head Iskhak Masaliyev.
"The committee is preparing a motion of no confidence because the government is unable to settle the passport crisis in Kyrgyzstan," he said.
"The republic is lacking 800,000 passports, and it is necessary to hold officials responsible for this," he said.
"The committee will draft a no confidence motion by the time the government makes its annual report in late April," he said.
"It is not possible for the committee to bring up the issue without an appropriate setting. So the no confidence motion will be brought when the government is reporting on its activities in 2005," he said.