Cambridge graduate replaced head of MIA academy after scandal
Astana. January 4. KazTAG - The head of Karaganda academy of the Ministry of Interior Affairs named after Berimbek Baisenov has been replaced after scandalous video, reports the Ministry of Interior Affairs.
"Berik Bisenkulov, Deputy Minister of Interior Affairs of Kazakhstan, introduced Akynkali Darmenov, police colonel. Dzhan Kenzhetayev, major general, has been dismissed from interior affairs bodies," said Almas Sadubayev, MIA official representative.
According to the message, A. Darmenov has sufficient experience in scientific-teaching field, prior to the appointment he went the way from investigator to head of department of staff policy, MIA.
He is a graduate of law institute of Almaty, a candidate of legal sciences. In 2008 he studied in the European Center of research on security affairs named after K. Marshall in Germany, in 2012 he graduated from Cambridge University in Great Britain on Bolashak program.
As it was reported, a video was posted in the social networks, showing a man wearing police uniform congratulating people of Kazakhstan on New Year, naming police "a band", and calling his children "to use his ties".
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