Serik Abdenov has submitted an application to the court of Almaty stating that he had no claims against Andrey Tsukanov who threw eggs at him during the press-conference in Almaty.
Karaganda activist Andrey Tsukanov who threw eggs at Kazakhstan Labor and Social Protection Minister Serik Abdenov at the meeting in Almaty may be arrested for up to 10 days.
Kazakhstan Minister of Labor and Social Protection Serik Abdenov was attacked with eggs in front of 50 journalists and photographers during a briefing in Almaty.
French ministers will for the first time on Monday disclose their assets, in a move President Francois Hollande's Socialist government hopes will restore public confidence after a tax fraud scandal.
France's Socialist government said Monday it had ordered ministers to declare their assets publicly within days, as it seeks to limit the damage from a tax fraud scandal involving an ex-minister.
Amid a massive scandal involving France's former budget minister and an undeclared Swiss bank account, Swiss banks are more eager than ever to kick out tax cheats and clear their names.
France's ex-budget minister Jerome Cahuzac was charged Tuesday in a tax fraud probe after he admitted having a foreign bank account, dealing a fresh blow to President Francois Hollande's embattled government.
Cyprus's new finance minister was due to be sworn in Wednesday following his predecessor's resignation hours after a probe was launched into how the island was pushed to the verge of bankruptcy.
Australia's new Resources and Energy Minister Gary Gray on Monday denied there would be any conflict of interest stemming from his previous job as an advisor to oil and gas giant Woodside.
Disgraced former British energy minister Chris Huhne and his ex-wife were jailed on Monday after a bitter saga of revenge that began with a driving offence and ended in adultery and the destruction of his political career.
A French minister vowed Thursday to cut bureaucracy in a bid to lure foreign investors, and said her South Korean roots would help to boost France's profile in booming Asia.
Kairbek Uskenbayev was appointed first Vice-Minister of Kazakhstan Regional Development Ministry.
We believe it possible to issue sovereign Eurobonds in the H1 2013 to finance the budget deficit and set a benchmark for Kazakhstan’s issuers: Finance Minister.
French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said Sunday the end goal of France's military action in Mali was to retake control of the whole country from Islamist militants who have seized the north.
Mr. Marat Tazhin has been appointed Kazakhstan’s Secretary of State, replacing outgoing Mr. Mukhtar Kul-Mukhammed.
Russia's defence minister expressed horror on Monday that soldiers were still wrapping cloths around their feet instead of wearing socks, and vowed the historic practice must end this year.
Japan's new finance chief hit out at the country's under-pressure central bank, reports said Thursday, saying it was "slow" in tackling deflation that has plagued the economy for years.
The Irish political world was in shock Saturday after a member of Prime Minister Enda Kenny's government was found dead in circumstances that police said were not suspicious.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron was under fire Saturday from friends of a minister who quit over claims he called police officers 'plebs', saying the PM left Andrew Mitchell 'swinging in the wind'.
Peru's labor minister resigned Sunday amid an uproar for allegedly roughing up an airport worker as he rushed to catch a departing plane.
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