15 July 1998 MADEL ISMAILOV, the leader of Kazakstan’s Workers’ Movement, failed in his bid for freedom when on 3 June the Almaty city court upheld his sentence of one year in jail. Ismailov was found guilty of insulting Kazak President Nursultan Nazarbaev and sentenced in April after allegedly making insulting remarks at a rally […]

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