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Hurtful for the Kazakh people

Not like other realityshows a few days ago was it from the official hold in Kazakhstan reported that Norsultan Nazarbayev (79), Kazakhstan's first president

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Hurtful for the Kazakh people
Not like other realityshows

a few days ago was it from the official hold in Kazakhstan reported that Norsultan Nazarbayev (79), Kazakhstan's first president, has tested positive for the covid-19. When the Newspaper brought the message further, it was with the respected nyhetsorganisasjonene AFP and the BBC as the source.

the Newspaper does not make any independent journalistic work with the case, except to put a title on the case where the first president of the independent Kazakhstan after the disintegration of the Soviet union in 1991 is called "ex-dictator". For the Kazakh people perceived this as hurtful.

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A so banal and random place with a demanding word is worrying when you know what characterizes the countries where the dictators really have had and have the power. When Nazarbayev went off in the last year, was it a nation that stands united and forward-looking he handed over to his successor. Kazakhstan has the most robust economy in Central Asia, a modern infrastructure, a new capital city and 90 billion dollars in financial reserves.

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To associate the dictator-term to Nazarbayev because he was the head of the household for many years, is a misleading and malicious characteristic of a great statesman. Nazarbayev enjoys generally big respected both at home and internationally. It is not all heads of state around the world who currently do. Kazakhstan is a young country, not least because of the work of the Nazarbayev has laid down, we play a central and constructive role in many international samarbeidsarenaer, - just as Norway does.

Far from everything is perfect in Kazakhstan, but we are in a political this process of change and still have a little ways to go as one of the world's youngest nations. But we are evolving fast, not least on the basis of inspiration from the independent and collaborative countries such as Norway.

We are optimistic on our country's behalf and hope that " the future will show interest for our history and our culture. In the same way as many other international media, should Dagbladet send an editorial team to Kazakhstan to get actual and first-hand information.

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