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OSCE Authoritarian Faction
Oleg Panfilov
Love for the "window"
Akbar Abdujabbar (Khudzhand)
Republican Khanate or the Khan Republic
Adil Dzhalilov (Almaty)
Opposition in law
Igor Shestakov (Bishkek)
"Terrorists" in captivity
Vladislav Nasriev (Tashkent)
Republic of Atheiststan
Botagoz Albigensian, Vyacheslav Tairov (Almaty)
Born to pay
Alina Gizatullina (OSH)
Advocacy: in the depths of Uzbek ores
OSCE Authoritarian Faction
Apparently, the struggle of Kazakhstan for the OSCE chairmanship is becoming fierce. In addition to the arguments that occasionally sound from Astana and Almaty, Russia has joined the promotion of Kazakhstan. The Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the OSCE, Alexei Borodavkin, speaking at a meeting of the OSCE Permanent Council in Vienna on September 7, said that “the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States consider Kazakhstan a collective CIS candidate for the chairmanship of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in 2009”.
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Love for the "window"
The formation and development of relations between post-Soviet Tajikistan and Russia has never been a simple and straightforward process. They were especially difficult in the 90s. The difficulties and problems constantly arising at that time were, in many respects, caused by the difference in the nature and pace of the post-Soviet states. In Russia, throughout the 90s, a model of building a liberal-democratic state was implemented. In Tajikistan, as in most countries to the south of Russia, the course of creating a national state was clearly and consistently pursued in the framework of the implementation of the national-revival model.
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Republican Khanate or the Khan Republic
What will be the head of Kazakhstan now? The president, as it turns out, is irrelevant. And the country itself - the Kingdom, the sultanate? Suddenly, a discussion on this topic began in Kazakhstan. And the elder son-in-law of the current president Rakhat Aliyev, the father of Nazarbayev’s eldest grandson, Nurali (the name that unites Nursultan and Aliyev) began quite “unexpectedly”. Mr. Aliyev, who is the vice-minister of foreign affairs of Kazakhstan, published an article “Republican Republic or Kazakh Sultanate. What choice will we make? ”In the most large-circulation newspaper of the country“ Karavan ”, in the opinion of many, belonging to him.
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Opposition in law
Kyrgyzstan is preparing to become the first not only in the Central Asian region, but also in the CIS state, officially legitimized the presence of opposition. The working group formed by order of Prime Minister Felix Kulov has already begun to develop regulatory documents on the activities of the opposition, which provide for state guarantees of its functioning.
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"Terrorists" in captivity
In one of the interviews, well-known religious leader Sheikh Muhammad Sodik Muhammad Yusuf said that in the early years of independence, being the head of the Muslim Clergy Department, he proposed that the government not use the word “Wahhabism” in official circles. By this, he allegedly predicted that in the future the maxim “Wahhabism” would bring problems, both for the local government and for the official religious clergy.
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Republic of Atheiststan
The leadership of Kazakhstan likes to declare the desire to enter the tens, twenty, fifty, hundreds. Over the years, it becomes not very important which top ten to enter - oil producers or the most competitive countries in the world. The main idea is to be in the top ten.
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Born to pay
In Kyrgyzstan, pregnant women are guaranteed free medical care by a government decree “On the Program of state guarantees for providing citizens of Kyrgyzstan with health care for 2006”. But in fact, it takes a lot of money to have a baby. According to women in labor and their relatives, childbirth costs $ 50- $ 125. At the same time, the official average salary in Kyrgyzstan is $ 60.
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Advocacy: in the depths of Uzbek ores
Mutabar Tadjibaeva, the head of the human rights organization Fiery Hearts Club, was convicted by Uzbek prosecutors to 8 years in prison and detained for more than 10 months.
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