Media watchdog slams Kazakhstan for media ban.

By bne IntelliNews February 8, 2010
New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists urged a Kazakh court to lift the unacceptable gag order. To remind you, the court banned media from publishing material critical of the presidents son-in-law Timur Kulibayev. To remind you, several Kazakh media outlets published a letter form former banker Mukhtar Ablyazov accusing Kulibayev for taking bribes. The court stated that the letter insulted honour and dignity of the presidents son-in-law. To remind you, Kulibayev acts as deputy director of national welfare fund SamrukKazyna and is a head of KazEnergy.

Related Articles

Kazakhstan in talks with McDonald's.

Kazakhstan is in talks over McDonald's enter to the Kazakh market, President of the Eurasian Franchising Association, Beknur Kissikov has said. He added that the main reasons that McDonald's is ... more

Kazakhstan to establish institute for energy and energy effectiveness.

Kazakhstan will establish institute for energy and energy effectiveness, deputy PM and Minister of Industry and New technologies Aset Isekeshev has informed. The new entity should start operating ... more

Kazakhstan to diminish oil products imports from Russia.

Kazakhstan plans to diminish oil products imports from Russia, according to Kuandyk Kulmurzin Director of oil industry development department in Oil and Gas Ministry. He explained that the reason ... more

Notice: Undefined index: subject_id in /var/www/html/application/controllers/IndexController.php on line 335
Dismiss