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Dozens detained in anti-government protests in major Kazakh cities (06.07.2019)

Authorities detained dozens of people in Kazakhstan's two largest cities, as protesters staged the latest in a series of rallies against newly elected President Qasym-Zhomart Toqaev.

Kazakhstan updates tally of protest arrests to nearly 4,000 (18.06.2019)

Police in Kazakhstan arrested nearly 4,000 people during protests before and after a June 9 presidential election, and 700 were detained for several days, the country's interior minister reported Tuesday.

UN criticizes Kazakhstan's crackdown on protesters (13.06.2019)

The United Nations Human Rights Office has called on Kazakh authorities "to respect freedoms of peaceful assembly, expression and right to political participation" following the detention of hundreds of protesters during rallies since Kazakhstan's June 9 presidential election.

In Kazakhstan, 500 detained after protesting election seen as shoo-in (09.06.2019)

[…] The election was set to confirm Kassym-Jomart Tokayev as the successor to Nursultan Nazarbayev, who ran sweeping powers, and handpicked Mr. Tokayev, a diplomat, to succeed him.

Kazakh protesters call for presidential election boycott (01.05.2019)

Dozens of protesters have been detained across Kazakhstan as several hundred people took to the streets to call for the release of all political prisoners and a boycott of the upcoming presidential election. The May 1 protests were the largest in the Central Asia country since at least 2016, and an...

Kazakh ruling party nominates Toqaev for president (23.04.2019)

Kazakhstan's ruling Nur Otan party has nominated interim President Qasym-Zhomart Toqaev for the presidency, virtually assuring his victory in a snap election scheduled for June 9.

New Kazakhstan President calls snap elections for June (09.04.2019)

Kazakhstan's President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev on Tuesday called a snap election for June as the Central Asian nation seeks a new leader following the shock resignation of its longtime ruler.

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