NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan — The newly inaugurated president of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, said that a new law would be drafted that would allow for peaceful political protests to occur in public places.
“A new law will be created. People who want to stage a demonstration, to express an opinion, will have to address the relevant authorities. A specially designated place where they can gather will be demarcated,” Tokayev told Euronews in an interview while adding, “The Prosecutor General's...
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