BBC, The Guardian, Le Figaro and other world media reported on detentions on June 9 in Kazakhstan
Almaty. June 10. KazTAG - BBC, The Guardian, Le Figaro and many other world media outlets have reported about detentions on June 9 in Kazakhstan.
“Hundreds of protesters were arrested on Sunday in Kazakhstan, where the first presidential elections took place without participation of its historical autocrat, Nursultan Nazarbayev,” reports the leading French newspaper Le Figaro.
British The Guardian has issued an article entitled "Hundreds of Kazakhstanis arrested for protesting against falsified elections."
The Associated Press (AP) reports that “after the arrests, there were no direct reports of the allegations”, pointing out that police detained about 500 people on June 9. Italian newspapers La Stampa reports on the same data.
“Election fraud can arouse civil society in Kazakhstan,” notes AP.
The BBC, in its material on Sunday arrests, recalls that the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) "never recognized the elections in Kazakhstan as completely democratic."
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