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No 10 (78) May 2008
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CONTENTS OF THE NUMBER
Who is next?
Dmitry Alyaev
Fight without surrender
Amina Aliyeva (Almaty)
To catch the shuffle
A diamond stylus (OSH)
Does not see only Tashkent
Sayo Sanginova (Moscow)
Need to be outraged in Russia
A diamond stylus (OSH)
Damage MKS
Yulia Kuznetsova (Kentau)
Earth carving
Artem Fradchuk (Dushanbe)
Free economic zone
Ismail Kurbanov (Dushanbe)
Who is next?
The Uzbek authorities are continuing to sweep the offices of international organizations in the country. Earlier, official Tashkent has silenced almost all independent journalists. And this was done, according to the Uzbek leadership, on quite legal grounds.
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Fight without surrender
The Parliament of Kazakhstan adopted amendments to the legislation on religion and religious associations. The amendments provoked a storm of emotions and criticism. Note that the current law has been working for 16 years, and was recognized as one of the most democratic in the world.
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To catch the shuffle
A serious political scandal arose in Kyrgyzstan because of the desire of Speaker Adakhan Madumarov to make another repair in the parliament building. Both President Bakiyev, the head of his administration, the leader of the pro-Akkhol party, and the speaker and the entire parliament have been embroiled in this “repair” scandal.
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Does not see only Tashkent
At the moment, the issue of labor migration to Russia from the CIS countries, and in particular from Uzbekistan, has long become relevant. According to a survey of Uzbek migrants in Russia by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in 2006, the main reasons for migration are low wages, difficult financial situation, lack of good work.
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Need to be outraged in Russia
With the Head of the Strategic Planning Service of the Association for Cross-Border Cooperation and the Pamir-Ural Analytical Group, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Pamir-Ural Journal (a business magazine on the economy of the Urals, Volga and Siberia, Central Asia, Far East and Northeast Asia) Alexander Sobyanin talks to Almaz Kalet.
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Damage MKS
Official statistics sometimes opens up such numbers, that it’s scary to think about “unofficial” numbers. In Kazakhstan, a country seeking to enter the top 50 highly developed countries of the world in the near future, 47% of schoolchildren study in rural schools experiencing an acute shortage of highly qualified specialists, modern textbooks, access to the Internet, as well as school desks and ... renovated school buildings.
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Earth carving
In Tajikistan, land reform is actively underway. The Agency for Land Management of Geodesy and Cartography under the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan on the instructions of the Government prepared the National Land Strategy (NZS) for Tajikistan.
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Free economic zone
In Tajikistan, two free economic zones have been created - Nizhny Pyanj and Sogd. The President of the Republic, Emomali Rakhmon, at a working meeting of the government held at the end of April, demanded that the heads of relevant structures speed up the process of creating free economic zones (FEZ).
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