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№ 13 (81) July 2008
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Hint was understood
Hard to be first
A diamond stylus (OSH)
“Local Conditions”
Murad Aytakov (Ashgabat)
Gas, KAMAZ and Renaissance
Gosel Muhammedova (Ashkhabad)
Vyacheslav Abramov (Almaty)
Empty country
Joseph Omurbekov (OSH)
Between Allah and Islam
Abdulhamid Sulaimonov (Andijan)
Hint was understood
The 10th anniversary of Astana was recently celebrated. Some “faithful Nazarbayevans” even offered to celebrate the anniversary of Astana at the same time with the birthday of Nursultan Abishevich out of an excess of feelings, but the democratic Nazarbayev modestly did not attach importance to this proposal. And in vain ...
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Hard to be first
The almost on-call statement of the OSCE Chairman-in-Office, Finnish Foreign Minister Alexander Stubb, made during his first official visit to Kyrgyzstan caused a storm of indignation among a number of influential NGOs in the country.
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“Local Conditions”
The ideologists of the new Turkmen regime, however, they were also ideologists of the past, so exhausted their imagination that they really couldn’t explain what these or other slogans were that were blown into the ears of the Turkmen people and used for PR on the side. But life, however, puts everything in its place.
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Gas, KAMAZ and Renaissance
Dmitry Medvedev was lucky. Like Vladimir Putin. The latter managed to visit the Golden Age of Turkmen times of Turkmenbashi. And to the first, quite recently, in the “Epoch of the Great Revival of the Turkmen People” named after Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov.
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Is Kazakhstan still being tortured? - many are surprised, even the majority. Surprised in vain - tortured. Everyday. In the police offices, cells of prisons and detention centers, in orphanages and nursing homes.
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Empty country
We wanted freedom and independence. Received, but what in the end? Beggars, but free. Just what the hell do we need such a humiliated freedom? If, now we are looking for a better life, we are going to Russia to look for work to feed our family.
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Between Allah and Islam
The majority of believers in the country are Sunni Muslims (88%), Shiite Muslims also live here (1%), Orthodox Christians (9%), Buddhists and believers of other faiths. There are about 4,000 Catholics in Uzbekistan. The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Uzbekistan has 7 parishes. Tashkent is the residence of the bishop. According to the Committee on Religious Affairs, today there are 2,227 religious organizations officially operating in the republic. New arrivals in Uzbekistan are not allowed to register.
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