Kazakhstan’s president valiantly beats back a “grassroots” attempt to keep him in office for another 10 years. And calls a snap election. From EurasiaNet. by Joanna Lillis Kazakhstan’s president, Nursultan Nazarbayev, came up with a confounding response 31 January to critics of the Central Asian nation’s democratization process: snap presidential elections. Nazarbayev had come under […]

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