BISHKEK. Bishkek police will question some opposition members, including the head of the Public Headquarters For Referendum Monitoring (PHRM), lawmaker Omurbek Tekebayev, two deputies of the head of the PHRM, Jypar Jekshe and Emil Aliev. Police suspect that during last Sunday's referendum, the politicians used a car that was allegedly involved in the kidnapping a man. Emil Aliev, a representative of the opposition 'Arnamys' (Dignity) Party, today was given a letter on his interrogation by police. Tekebayev said the incident was designed by the executive power to hinder an independent observation of the referendum procedures on Sunday.