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US News: Already more than 5000 arrests for protests in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan: Nazarbayev Receiving the Security Council, Tokayev with

 Kazakhstan: Nazarbayev Receiving the Security Council, Tokayev with Trucks - Reuters - Stringer Military trucks are seen near the office of the mayor during events triggered by the increase in the price of fuel, in Almaty, Kazakhstan, the January 5, 2022. Protesters took control of Almaty airport, the main city of Kazakhstan, Wednesday, January 5, while the government resignation did not appease the protest movement against rising fuel prices. in this country of Central Asia. In Kazakhstan, events rushed this Wednesday.

more than 5,000 people have been arrested in connection with the violent protests in Kazakhstan so far. Overall, 5135 people have been set, Kazakh media reported on Sunday, citing the Ministry of Interior. Accordingly, the ministry appreciated around 175 million euros. More than 100 shops and banks were looted and more than 400 vehicles were destroyed.

Mehr als 5000 Menschen sind im Zusammenhang mit den gewaltsamen Protesten in Kasachstan bislang festgenommen worden. Insgesamt seien 5135 Menschen festgesetzt worden, berichteten kasachische Medien am Sonntag unter Berufung auf das Innenministerium. © Alexandr Bogdanov More than 5000 people have been arrested in connection with the violent protests in Kazakhstan so far. Overall, 5135 people have been set, Kazakh media reported on Sunday, citing the Ministry of Interior.

meanwhile, "the situation in all parts of the country stabilized," Interior Minister Jerlan Turgumbajev said. However, the "anti-terror use" will continue to "restore the order in the country".

Kazakhstan: a return to calm relative to Almaty after days of violence

 Kazakhstan: a return to calm relative to Almaty after days of violence © Reuters, Stringer A man walking in the streets of Almaty in Kazakhstan, on January 7, 2022. After two days of violence, a relative calm is Income in Kazakhstan shaken by a challenge. The former President Kazakh Noursoultan Nazarbayev called the public to support the government to deal with this crisis. Since the beginning of the year, Kazakhstan faces, on its territory, to a large-scale sling triggered by an increase in the price of gas and which has led to a violent repression.

in Almaty was a slight relaxation of the situation on Sunday. Around 30 supermarkets opened according to media reports again. The airport, which had briefly occupied by demonstrators during the protests, will continue to be closed, shared the authorities.

The former Soviet Republic had been shaken in recent days of unprecedented clashes between demonstrators and security forces. Protests, which initially directed against rising gas prices, widened to government-critical demonstrations across the country. Head of State Kassym-Jomart Tokayev had given the security forces on Friday a shooting command on demonstrators.

According to Kazakh government information, the conflicts 26 "armed criminals" were killed and more than a thousand other demonstrators injured. On the part of the security forces, there was therefore 18 dead and almost 750 injured. The information was not confirmed by independent page.

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

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