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US News son-in-law from Kazakhstan's Ex-President as a chief of entrepreneurial chamber

12:06  17 january  2022
12:06  17 january  2022 Source:   sueddeutsche.de

What is OTSC, the military alliance that allows Russia to intervene in Kazakhstan?

 What is OTSC, the military alliance that allows Russia to intervene in Kazakhstan? © Via Reuters - Collective Security Treaty Organ Russian paratroopers board for Kazakhstan on a military base near Moscow, January 6, 2022. Since Thursday, Russian troops are hurried to Kazakhstan at the request of the Government of Kazakhstan. Framework of the OTSC Defense Mechanism, the Organization of the Collective Safety Treaty, a kind of "mini-NATO" under Russian influence. Explanations.

The influential son - in - law of Kazakhstan ' s ex - president resigned as head of the leading business lobby Monday not long after public anger at perceived corruption in the Central Asian country boiled i… "Dear colleagues! From today, I decided to resign as the elected Chairman of the Presidium of the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs 'Atameken'," Kulibayev said in the statement. Kulibayev is married to Dinara Kulibayeva, the middle daughter of Kazakhstan ' s founding president Nursultan Nazarbayev.

Nazarbayev' s son - in - law also resigned. Home page World. Timur Kulibayev, the husband of Dinara, the middle daughter of former Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev, has resigned as chairman of the praesidium of the Atameken National Chamber of Entrepreneurs . "As of today, I have decided to resign from the post of chairman of the praesidium of the Atameken National Chamber of Entrepreneurs ," he said. Kulibayev thanked his colleagues for their joint activities and summed up the results.

Around two weeks after the violent protests in Kazakhstan, another son-in-law of the Kazakh Ex-President Nursultan Nazarbajev resigned from a senior economic item. The 55-year Timur Kulibajev declared his resignation on Monday as Chairman of the Bureau of the National Entrepreneur Chamber Atameken. Kulibajev is married to Dinara Kulibajewa, the middle daughter of Kazakhstan's former head of state. He is considered one of the richest men Kazakhstan.

Rund zwei Wochen nach den gewaltsamen Protesten in Kasachstan ist ein weiterer Schwiegersohn des kasachischen Ex-Präsidenten Nursultan Nasarbajew von einem hochrangigen Wirtschaftsposten zurückgetreten. © Alexandr Bogdanov About two weeks after the violent protests in Kazakhstan, another son of the Kazakh ex-President Nursultan Nazarbajew resigned from a high-level economic item.

Kulibajew did not call any reasons for his resignation, but the economic representatives called on to pay attention to the recent demands of President Kassymt Schomart Tokajew. This had called "very profitable companies", inter alia, to pay into a state fund.

Kazakhstan: More than 5,000 people have been arrested since the beginning of the riots

 Kazakhstan: More than 5,000 people have been arrested since the beginning of the riots The country has been shaken this week by an unprecedented revolt since its independence in 1989. © provided by FranceInfo The authorities attempt to contain the riots At Kazakhstan . More than 5,000 people were arrested in the largest Central Asian country, reported on Sunday, January 9, quoting the authorities.

Kazakhstan ’ s leader from 1991 until 2019, Nazarbayev has long been the arbiter of all business and political decisions in the central Asian nation, and the purveyor of an all-encompassing personality cult. In 2019, he handpicked a successor, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, while retaining power behind the “It will be used as an argument that no transition is possible, other than a transition from the current president to himself,” said Ekaterina Schulmann, a Moscow-based political scientist. In Kazakhstan , people are waiting to see whether Nazarbayev will ever appear publicly again, and whether Tokayev

Kazakhstan ' s President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has described deadly violence last week as an attempted coup d'etat. He told leaders of a military alliance of ex -Soviet states the action had been co-ordinated by a "single centre", but did not name those responsible. Russia's President Vladimir Putin said Kazakhstan had been targeted by international terrorism, but provided no evidence for this claim. He added that Russia would never allow revolutions in the region. Troops from Russia and other countries are currently in Kazakhstan to restore order.

Last week, the other two other Nazarbajews had to be deducted as chiefs of two major energy companies. The Government Fund shared on Saturday, Dimash Dossanov submitted the chairmanship of the oil transport company Kastransoil and Kakirat Tscharipbajev's gas company Kasakgas, formerly Kastransgas.

The layoffs indicate power struggles as a result of the violent protests where dozens of people killed, hundreds injured and thousands were arrested. Trigger of the massive protests in the commodity-rich ex-Soviet republic at the beginning of January had increased gas prices. Later, the protests widened to government-critical demonstrations across the country.

Tokayev had convicted the riots as "tried coup d'état" organized "terrorist" forces. For the crisis he also managed several companies.

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Kazakhstan: more than 450 arrests for terrorism and mass disorders after the violence that shook the country .
in total, 970 people accused of theft, public disorders or illegal possession of weapons were arrested as part of the investigations open after these violence. © Provided by FranceInfo The Kazakh authorities announced on Saturday 22 January, having arrested more than 450 people for terrorism and mass disorders, after the deadly riots that shook this Central Asian country.

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