Kyrgyz Republic, as a result of two revolutions, has firmly embarked on the path of a parliamentary form of government. Constitutional reform of 2010 and changes, adopted in December 2017, determined powers of legislative, executive and judicial branches, as well as institution of the President of KR. At the same time, establishment of a parliamentary system has its own threats and challenges. The parliamentary system requires a strong and stable institution of executive power. However, today there is a frequent change of government; the principle of appointment to the civil service is loyalty, not professionalism. All of this blurs effectiveness of the public administration system, and state employees are not responsible for achieving the goals set by the society, its evaluation and consequences of management.