It's unclear to me why this package should have gotten into a state
requiring reinstallation, and it's unlikely that we will have enough
debugging information here to figure it out.

For recovering, the advice here applies:
  
http://askubuntu.com/questions/148715/how-to-fix-package-is-in-a-very-bad-inconsistent-
state-error

in particular, sudo dpkg --remove --force-remove-reinstreq python-
pyasn1; sudo apt-get install python-pyasn1

Your bug report also shows a dpkg crash due to an invalid free.  This
would be something we should also look at, but we would need a full
symbolic backtrace to debug it.  Is the crash reproducible for you?  Can
you install the apport package and trigger the crash, capturing the core
to /var/crash so we can debug it?

** Changed in: dpkg (Ubuntu)
       Status: New => Incomplete

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  dpkg crashes after apt-get upgrade got interrupted while upgrading
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