Japarov, a populist politician and convicted kidnapper, became prime minister and acting president during unrest that swept the ex-Soviet country
Sooronbai Jeenbekov kept a low profile in the first few days after the vote, using the infighting among protest leaders to dig in.
On Wednesday, more than 80 lawmakers from the 120-member parliament attended an extraordinary session and Japarov secured the backing of the ruling coalition.
Jeenbekov has faced calls to step down from hundreds of protesters who stormed government buildings after parliamentary vote was reportedly swept by pro-government parties.
Members of several opposition parties announced plans to oust the president and form a new government.
Despite being under quarantine in their hostels, these 225 students have been attempting to return.
In the video, the four female medical students hailing from MP are seen narrating how they are living in quarantine for the last three months.