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No. 5 (73) March 2008
№ 4 (72) February 2008
№ 3 (71) February 2008
№ 2 (70) January 2008
№ 1 (69) January 2008
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№ 1 (69) January 2008
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CONTENTS OF THE NUMBER
Penalty leaves with gas
Resources are not for their own
Abdulhamid Sulaimonov (Andijan)
All "clever men" in Kaznet
Sergey Fedotov (Almaty)
"White Gold" for a penny
Bahodir Sheraliev (OSH)
Reform at the crossroads
Aibek Karataev (OSH)
Inheritance and heirs
Guojan Ataev (Ashkhabad)
Migrant Enemies
Rasul Ibragimov (Almaty)
How many killed - the secret so far
Penalty leaves with gas
Russian business is moving more and more confidently in the economies of the countries of the region, including in Uzbekistan. The article on this topic, we open the number. The fact is that this country, having huge gas reserves, was not considered until now the main player in this market, since its population itself always suffered from a gas shortage.
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Resources are not for their own
In ancient Soviet times, the poet Erkin Vakhidov was at one time in disgrace and his poem “Uzbegim” was forbidden. There were such lines: “You give your gas to Russia, and you burn beef dung yourself, my Uzbeks.” Indeed, the rural population of the peoples of Central Asia, this type of energy was and is in the arsenal.
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All "clever men" in Kaznet
2007 for the media and information space in general can be characterized as one of the most eventful and unpredictable in the history of Kazakhstan. What events in the country in the past year have become the most important and determining the state of society?
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"White Gold" for a penny
Perhaps in the near future, the cultivation of cotton, which was once considered almost a monoculture in the south of Kyrgyzstan, will become inexpedient. Many of us are aware of how entire villages or neighborhoods grow on the site of former cotton plantations: this is how the housing program of the region is solved, but at the same time new areas for cotton are not allocated.
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Reform at the crossroads
Medical reform in the Ministry of Health of Kyrgyzstan began with the abolition of regional committees. Their functions were transferred to the territorial compulsory health insurance funds (MHIF), which began to work under the single payer system.
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Inheritance and heirs
After the death of President Saparmurad Niyazov, the accession of the new leader and related informational reasons, only the geopolitical context - where will go, who will be friends with Turkmenistan, and to whom he will sell gas, were the dominant themes. A description of the situation in Turkmenistan itself was reduced only to the mention that, he says, the new leader allowed the Internet, returned 10 years of education and continues cyclopean construction.
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Migrant Enemies
“Now there is a crisis in the construction companies, many workers have been dismissed, but mostly they were all hired and immigrants. They don’t want to leave and are engaged in looting in the streets. ” Similar messages are now filled with electronic boxes and forums in Kazakhstan, especially for bank tellers.
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How many killed - the secret so far
Since January 1, 2008 The death penalty is abolished in Uzbekistan as one of the types of punishment for the commission of especially grave crimes. This type of punishment is replaced by life imprisonment or long term imprisonment. Human rights activists regard this decision of the Government of Uzbekistan as one of the positive steps towards liberalization of the criminal justice system.
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