It will have a miniscule effect on the nation-wide results of the vote. There are only 50 000 voters: Head of Central Election Committee.
Kazakhstan General Prosecutor told the head of the CIS observers mission about the measures taken to stabilize the situation in Zhanaozen.
1,308 job applications were received as of January 4.
Early winter vacation was announced from December 19 to January 4 due to the emergency situation and curfew introduced following the public unrest December 16.
A special center for acceptance of the residents’ applications has been opened in Zhanaozen.
Over 1,000 people are involved in restoration construction works in Zhanaozen.
State of emergency was announced in Zhanaozen on December 17. It was scheduled to last until 7:00 a.m. January 5, 2012.
742 applications for employment have been received from former employees of Ozenmunaigas.
115 people are restoring the town administration building in Zhanaozen.
Zhanaozen residents talk about current situation in the town.
The situation in Zhanaozen and the region is stable and under control of law-enforcement authorities: Ministry.
Kazakhstan Government has adopted a comprehensive plan of development of Zhanaozen for 2012-2015.
Police arrested 18 possible participants of Zhanaozen clashes.
The investigation identified 40 active participants and organizers of Zhanaozen riots.
A criminal case was initiated against the policemen who shot during supression of riots in Zhanaozen.
Chairman of Kazakhstan Central Election Commission told the CIS observers about the election campaigning in Zhanaozen.
The investigation will be very detailed, objective and as transparent as possible: Advisor to President.
Kazakhstan Ambassador to the U.S. does not preclude that experts from the FBI might take part in the investigation of Zhanaozen events.
Families of the victims killed in Zhanaozen clashes will receive 1 million tenge and injured will received 0.5 million tenger.
Clashes in Mangistau oblast have created “quite a complicated background for the coming elections”: Secretary of State.