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Autumn aggravation
Dmitry Alyaev
Language will be shown to the population
She Fayzullina (OSH)
Turkmen Moloch
Annamurat Kakabaev (Ashgabat)
Three colors of the tribe
Nurgul Sarsenova (Almaty)
Floors catch up with prices
Nargis Kasymova (Dushanbe)
Kazakh outcome
Layla Orazmuradova (Ashgabat)
Between Kant and Manas
Damir Vacancies (Moscow)
Allowed to be friends
Stanislav Pritchin (Moscow)
Autumn aggravation
Anti-Georgian hysteria, the fight against windmills called "Casino", the murder of the "petty" journalist Anna Politkovskaya ... It all reminds of another autumn aggravation of the psyche of power. At the same time, after shaking the air, everything continues to be in place.
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Language will be shown to the population
In Kyrgyzstan, the first steps to change the country's constitution were marked by scandal. The working group on the drafting of the Basic Document, led by politician Azimbek Beknazarov, presented all three versions of this document in the promised time, but only in the state language, which is Kyrgyz. With the transfer to the official officials obviously did not hurry. Only under pressure from a part of the political bureau, the civil sector and international organizations did the versions appear in Russian.
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Turkmen Moloch
Every year since 1999, by decree of President Saparmurad Niyazov, from 7 to 16 thousand people are amnestied. According to the president himself, this act is an example of the manifestation of the highest humanism of the state towards its citizens. Moreover, the amnesty is timed to the Night of omnipotence - Gydyr gidhesi, one of the main dates of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
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Three colors of the tribe
About four centuries in Kazakhstan there is a division according to zhuzam. There are three of them: senior, middle and junior zhuzy. According to the legends, each of the three zhuzes has its direct purpose in this world.
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Floors catch up with prices
In the capital of Tajikistan over the past 2-3 years, a real construction boom has unfolded. Demand exceeds supply, and this is despite the rather high prices for housing in the republic. The city is growing, housing is sorely lacking. According to the State Statistics Committee of the Republic of Tajikistan, officially, in July 2006, 651 thousand people live in Dushanbe.
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Kazakh outcome
In Turkmenistan, the next and, it seems, the last exodus of ethnic Kazakhs to their historic homeland began. And the first families of the Kazakhs, born and raised in Turkmenistan, began to leave this land, which became their homeland, in the early 90s of the last century, when a parade of sovereignties began throughout the former USSR. The Kazakhs, who occupied rather high posts in state administration offices, in prosecutor’s offices, in structures of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Ministry of National Security, in court instances, as well as intellectuals, teachers, doctors, artists, artists ...
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Between Kant and Manas
For the first time, the Kyrgyz authorities started talking about the country's army after the invasion of militants in the southern borders of the country in the late 1990s. Then, the first persons of the country “learned” that they have an army. Until now, the armed forces, as part of the state and one of the components of its sovereignty, have not even been considered. Why do we need an army if we are going to be friends with everyone?
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Allowed to be friends
In 1998, the Treaty on Eternal Friendship and Cooperation was signed between the former Soviet republics of Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan. It would seem that this is logical for the two neighboring states that have very close ethnic, religious, economic and historical ties. In fact, the contract has become a mere formality. The desire to defend their national interests turned out to be stronger than the desire to fulfill obligations. For eight years it happened more than once that the relations of the neighbors could be qualified as confrontation. From time to time there were shootouts at the border, gas supplies from Uzbekistan to Kyrgyzstan were stopped.
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