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Dmitry Alyaev,
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a diamond stylus,

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№ 17 (61) September 2007
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Dmitry Alyaev
Non-government scandal
A diamond stylus (OSH)
What awaits Kazakhstan?
Adil Dzhalilov (Almaty)
Eyes and ears of morality
Nargis Zokirova (Dushanbe)
Back to USSR
Yulia Kuznetsova (Almaty)
I am changing the oil on the OSCE
Stanislav Pritchin (Moscow)
Ethno-religious communal
Joseph Omurbekov (Moscow), Janybaev (Jalalabad)
Elections in Kazakhstan were virtually uncontested. The one-party parliament has once again proved that nothing is impossible for the wise decisions of the leaders of Central Asian states, even those relatively democratic, which Kazakhstan considers itself to be. Apparently, the original calculation was correct.
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Non-government scandal
The next national forum of non-governmental organizations of Kyrgyzstan ended in a scandal. The conflict situation was provoked by the chairman of the Human Rights Commission under the President of the Kyrgyz Republic, Tursunbek Akun, who said in an interview to Channel Five that grantees are not eligible to participate in political actions.
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What awaits Kazakhstan?
Something wrong is happening in the “kingdom” called Kazakhstan. The country, apparently, was attacked by an unknown enemy using mental-bacteriological weapons, and the entire territory was swept by a virus called “giantomania”.
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Eyes and ears of morality
For the past few years, a kind of “morals police” has been actively working in the city of Dushanbe and in other major cities of the republic, which has assumed the function of monitoring order in public places. Many young people, in particular, couples, bypass various parks and squares, because it is here, often, that police or patrol service officers approach them with the requirement to explain - “what are they doing here”.
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Back to USSR
With the onset of August 19 in Kazakhstan, the next race of political rearmament called “election of deputies to the Mazhilis of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan” ended. Since then, a one-party system has come to the republic.
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I am changing the oil on the OSCE
Even before the beginning of elections in the Republic of Kazakhstan in Majilis, which took place on August 18, influential Western newspapers launched a campaign to discredit the expected, in principle, voting results. “The situation with human rights in Kazakhstan is terrible, and elections in this country have never been held in accordance with international standards,” the Wall Street Journal wrote in July.
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Ethno-religious communal
According to official statements in Kyrgyzstan, all religious dogmas have been granted free functioning and none of them are proclaimed as official or state religion. The current legislation of Kyrgyzstan guarantees every citizen the right to freedom of religion.
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