Every year 26 cattle theft cases happen in the country and only half of them, at best, are being returned to the owners.
The disposal fee, which is qualified in all documents as environmental indulgence, has been openly recognised in the country as a barrier to imports.
According to studies, over 10 years the number of those who consider themselves atheists in Kazakhstan has tripled.
Developers of Google and Mozilla Firefox plan to implement protections from Kazakhstan’s governmental security certificate so as not to compromise users’ personal data.
The trial over the rights activist of ethnic Kazakhs in China has shown that the authorities of Kazakhstan have to swim between Beijing and public opinion for the second time last year.
According to entrepreneurs, this forces their businesses to go below the radar and paying envelope salaries. (more…)
They are listed as extremists and even after release those convicted under article 174 of the Criminal Code encounter severe barriers to employment and earnings.
In Kazakhstan, the state “defeated” a large protestant church “New Life”. Three pastors were found guilty on a series of charges based on the collection of alms.
According to experts, Kazakhstan has neither a thought-out anti-bullying policy, nor a protocol of response to bullying at schools.
The National Board of Public Trust established by president Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev after his victory in elections will start working in August. Some see it as a great advantage noting that the new head of state is going to regain the trust of the people. Some see a canny move in it to get the protesting voters back from the streets and retain his legitimacy after the criticism by international observers at presidential elections.