Kazakhstan presidential landslide goes to 2-decade leader

4th April 2011, Comments 0 comments

Nursultan Nazarbayev has ruled Kazakhstan, the oil-rich Central Asian nation, for two decades and now the 70-year-old is set to rule for another five years, after winning Sunday’s election, 3 April, by 95.5 percent. Security, with continuing strong economic development, was his platform, but there are growing concerns that not only was the election unchallenged, ...

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