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The State Department also said Nazarbayev’s 2011 “election” — he received 95 percent of the vote — “fell short” of international standards.Nazarbayev has been the “president” of Kazakhstan since the oil-rich ex-Soviet republic declared independence in 1991.One of the artists involved, Valery Volodin, wrote on Facebook: “One can be proud of this work.First of all because it works: people understand and remember the address.A legacy from the Soviet times is rabbit-hutch sized apartments housing whole extended families.
The Bronx-born bombshell earned more than million from fees earned entertaining “crooks and dictators from Eastern Europe and Russia,” according to a scathing report from the Human Rights Foundation. Once outed, she apologized, but did not give money back or hand it over to nonprofit groups that help victims of the rights-abusing regimes.
Internet freedom declined in Kazakhstan in 2015-2016 with lengthy prison sentences handed out to social media users and the introduction of an invasive “National Security Certificate,” which may allow greater surveillance online.
Regulation of the internet in Kazakhstan is heavily influenced by the authoritarian government, which blocks websites, uses the legal system to stifle free speech online, and is developing a complex infrastructure to control internet traffic.
Unlike its more puritanical neighbors, Kazakhstan is fairly liberal when it comes to sex. Women, at least in the towns and cities, are given a lot of freedom.
It’s not unusual to see tables of women in bars and cafes enjoying a few beers or vodkas.
As with other former Soviet countries there is a lot of intermarriage between locals and foreigners.