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OSCE to send observers to Kazakh elections (26.06.2004)

(Quelle: RFE/RL) Robert Barry, head of the OSCE's ODIHR Election Observer Mission, announced on 24 June in Astana that the OSCE will send observers to monitor Kazakhstan's 19 September elections to the Majilis, or lower house of parliament, Interfax-Kazakhstan reported. … According to Barry,...

UNHCR-Vertretung in der Hauptstadt eröffnet (01.04.2004)

(Quelle: DW Monitor) Der UN-Flüchtlingskommissar hat in der kasachischen Hauptstadt Astana eine UNHCR-Vertretung eröffnet, meldete das kasachische Fernsehen am 31. März.

UN deploys human rights adviser for Central Asia (18.03.2004)

(Quelle: UN Wire) The United Nations has deployed an international human rights expert in Kazakhstan as its regional adviser for Central Asia to provide advice and training to government officials and policy-makers, nongovernmental organizations, U.N. agencies and other international players, the...

OSCE Representative Calls on Kazakhstan not to Adopt Government Version of Media Law (20.02.2004)

(Quelle: Radio Free Europe) Ambassador Anton Rupnik, head of the OSCE Center in Almaty, told the Third Congress of Journalists of Kazakhstan, presently under way in Atyrau, that it is not in Kazakhstan's interest to adopt the government version of a new law on the media, gazeta.kz reported on 20...

Young Journalists Take Part in OSCE-Sponsored Master Classes (16.02.2004)

(Quelle: OSCE) The OSCE Centre in Almaty's first master class training for young journalists kicked off today in Kazakhstan's Caspian port city of Atyrau. The programme is aimed at giving students and young professionals the opportunity to hone their skills with a former New York Times...

U.S. Calls on Kazakhstan to Meet All Its OSCE Commitments (05.02.2004)

(Quelle: RFE/RL) Responding to the semi-annual report by Anton Rupnik, head of the OSCE Center in Almaty, Deputy Chief of the U.S. delegation to the OSCE Douglas Davidson said the United States approves of Kazakhstan's desire to serve as the OSCE's annual chairman in 2009, but the country must meet...

Kazakhstani Leaders Move to Establish Reformist Credentials Ahead of Parliamentary Vote (03.02.2004)

(Quelle: Eurasianet) Kazakhstan’s leadership is seeking to establish a reformist image ahead of parliamentary elections later in 2004. Parliament is poised to approve an electoral code that seeks to improve the transparency of the voting process. Meanwhile, a new political party headed by...