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The thorny issue of how to face up to Vladimir Putin’s Russia is one of the biggest foreign policy challenges for Germany’s new chancellor, Olaf Scholz, and Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock.

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In the coalition agreement that forms the basis for Germany’s three-party government of center-left Social Democrats (SPD), Greens and pro-free market Free Democrats (FDP), there is one sentence that could spark any manner of friction and tension.

It reads: “We need a resolute and substantial foreign, security, development and human rights policy that is integrated and cohesive.” Translated into everyday English, that means: “We stand united on geopolitics and nobody will break ranks.”

Nord Stream 2: Just business?

However, seasoned political pundits in Berlin point out that, even before the new cabinet had been forged, it was common knowledge that there were substantial differences on foreign policy between Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) and Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock (Greens), above all concerning relations with Moscow.

During her campaign to become German chancellor, Baerbock made no secret of her opposition to the controversial Nord Stream 2 liquid gas pipeline linking Russia and Germany. The problem is, said Baerbock,xc2xa0the pipeline will only make Germany even more energy-dependent on Russian President Vladimir Putin.xc2xa0Scholz, meanwhile, has insistedxc2xa0that the pipeline is a “business project”xc2xa0xe2x80x94 nothing more, nothing less. End of story.

So, in the end, it seems that Foreign Minister Baerbock will be expected to toe the coalition line and back a project that she fervently rejected when the Green Party was still in opposition. However, a potential clash between the chancellor and the foreign minister might well be avoided if Germany’s Federal Network Agency, the body responsible for making the final call to start operating the pipeline, rules that it should not, for technical and legal reasons, be commissioned to go into operation. A decision is due in the first half of 2022.

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Baerbock joins forces with Blinken

Nevertheless, the uncertainties and differences surrounding the pipeline could still have a major foreign policy impact if there is any further escalation in the simmering tensions in Ukraine.

The situation along the border between Russia and Ukraine was high on the agenda during Baerbock’s first official visit to Washington this week, during which she met with her US counterpart, Antony Blinken. The two sides were at pains to present a united front, and Baerbock saidxc2xa0the new government in Berlin had agreed that Germany will take effective measures together with its European partners, if “Russia should use energy as a weapon or should there be any further acts of aggression.”

It was a firm warning to President Putin xe2x80x94 and Chancellor Scholz is unlikely to offer a dissenting voice. After all, Baerbock’s defiant stance is in accordance with the policy on Russia as mapped out in the coalition agreement. Here again, the precise wording is clear: “We demand an immediate end to efforts to destabilize Ukraine, to the violence in eastern Ukrainexc2xa0and the annexation of Crimea, which was illegal according to international law.”

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Scholz to take on relations with Russia?

There is no plausible reason why Putin would return the Crimean Peninsula to Ukraine after annexing itxc2xa0in 2014. If Germanyxc2xa0doesn’t want to weaken its position in its dealings with the Russian president, then it will have to develop and enforce a strategy that is closely coordinated between chancellery and Foreign Ministry.

However, Germany’s influential mass circulation Bild newspaper isn’t convinced that unity will prevail in government ranks. In a report, the traditionally well-connected paper suggested thatxc2xa0Scholz sees relations with Moscow as something that should only be decided at the very highest level xe2x80x94 and that meansxc2xa0the chancellery.

There’s also talk behind the scenes of what is being called a “qualified reset”xc2xa0in ties between Berlin and Moscow, and whispers of a January meeting between Scholz and Putin, although nothing has been confirmed. Few in Germany would be surprised to see the chancellor taking ties between Berlin and Moscow into his own remit. After all, that would be fully in accordance with the German constitution.

Article 65 of the constitution reads: “The Federal Chancellor shall determine and be responsible for the general guidelines of policy. Within these limits, each Federal Minister shall conduct the affairs of his department independently and on his own responsibility.”

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Scholz: EU needs new approach in Eastern Europe

‘What we need is a new Ostpolitik’

In other words: Scholz calls the shots. Germany has long witnessed a trend towardxc2xa0the chancellor having the key say in foreign affairs, with the foreign minister effectively taking a back seat. In recent times, long-serving Chancellor Angela Merkel made a significant contribution to this shiftingxc2xa0influence. During her 16xc2xa0years in office, Merkel reshaped both Germany and German diplomacy.

Broadly speaking, it seems Scholz is inclined to carry on where Merkel left off. But there should be no underestimating his ambition to make his own mark. In an interview with DW during the generalxc2xa0election campaign in 2021, he was quoted as saying that: “What we need is a new Ostpolitik.”

Scholzxc2xa0was referring to the policy of seeking reconciliation and rapprochement between East and West during the darkest days of the Cold War. It was in large measure a policy associated with former German Chancellor Willy Brandt, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1971 for his courage and enlightenment.

Brandt’s Ostpolitik (literally: Eastern Policy) seems to have inspired Scholz, who appears to see it as a possible tool in troubled relations with present-day Russia. How realistic that approach might provexc2xa0remains to be seen. It is, however, worth remembering that Brandt’s interventions played a major role in developments that would eventually lead to the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 and German reunification in 1990.

Scholz: ‘We seek constructive dialogue’

“The people of the world must pull together. That means continuing the conversation xe2x80x94 even with governments that are very different from ours,”xc2xa0said Scholz in an interview with public broadcaster ZDF shortly after he had been sworn into office. In Brandt’s time this was referred to as “Wandel durch Annxc3xa4herung” (change through rapprochement). And, in an earlier interview, Scholz said he would work hard to convince “Russia and others to accept that European integration will remain a force to be reckoned with.”

In the coalition agreement that was the foundation in 2021 for Germany’s three-party coalition, the following words are to be found: “We recognize the importance of substantial and stable relations and will continue to pursue such partnerships. We seek constructive dialogue.” Thisxc2xa0resolve might soon be tested.

This article was originally written in German.

While you’re here: Every Tuesday, DW editors round up what is happening in German politics and society. You can sign up here for the weekly email newsletter Berlin Briefing, to stay on top of developments asxc2xa0Germany enters the post-Merkel era.

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Kazakhstan’s President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev issued rare criticism of his long-ruling predecessor Tuesday, and said he expected Russian-led forces to leave the troubled Central Asian country in the next 10 days.

The oil-rich country’s descent into chaos has laid bare infighting at the top of a government once dominated by Tokayev’s mentor, 81-year-old Nursultan Nazarbayev.xc2xa0

The older man retains the constitutional status of “Leader of the Nation” despite stepping down from the presidency in 2019.xc2xa0

Addressing lawmakers in a video conference broadcast live, Tokayev fired an eyebrow-raising broadside at Nazarbayev as the post-Soviet country reels from unprecedented violence that began with peaceful protests over an energy price hike.

Tokayev, 68, said Nazarbayev’s rule had created “a layer of wealthy people, even by international standards.”

“The time has come to pay tribute to the people of Kazakhstan and help them on a systematic and regular basis,” Tokayev added, noting that “very profitable companies” would be asked to pay money into a state fund.

“The currentxc2xa0system is oriented towards major structures and is based on the principle:xc2xa0’everything for friends and laws for everyone else’,” he said.

Both Kazakhstan and Russia have framed last week’s unrest that left dozens dead and almost 10,000 people arrested as a coup attempt assisted by foreign “terrorists,” but have provided little supporting evidence.

Phased withdrawal

Following a request from career diplomat Tokayev, the Moscow-led Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO) deployed troops to bring about order and shore up the authorities.

On Tuesday, Tokayev announced “a phased withdrawal” would begin in two days and take “no more than 10 days.”

“The main mission of the CSTO peacekeeping forces has been successfully completed,” he said.

The CSTO mission of more than 2,000 troops was deployed at the peak of the crisis, after armed clashes between government opponents and security forces and a looting spree trashed parts of the largest city Almaty.xc2xa0

The decision was a first for the CSTO, often touted by Moscow as a NATO equivalent but previously reluctant to interfere in unrest in Central Asia, a region with long historical ties to Russia.

Concern has mounted that Moscow could leverage the mission to entrench its influence in Kazakhstan and U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned that “once Russians are in your house, it’s sometimes very difficult to get them to leave.”

First family thirst

Tokayev appeared to further bolster his position by backing acting prime minister Alikhan Smailov to take on the job permanently on Tuesday xe2x80x93 xc2xa0a nomination that won the unanimous support of lawmakers.

Former national security committee chief Karim Masimov xe2x80x93 a key Nazarbayev ally viewed as perpetuating the retired president’s influence over the government xe2x80x93 was arrested on treason charges Saturday in connection with the unrest.

Even if Nazarbayev xe2x80x93 the son of shepherds who rose through the communist party’s ranks xe2x80x93 is now being sidelined politically, dislodging his family’s extensive interests in Central Asia’s largest economy may take time.xc2xa0

In a significant move Tuesday, Tokayev announced plans to bring an end to a widely criticized private recycling monopoly linked to Nazarbayev’s youngest daughter, Aliya Nazarbayeva, 41.

“This should be done by a state organization, like in other countries,” he said of the scheme.

But middle daughter Dinara and her husband Timur Kulibayev control Halyk, the largest commercial bank, and are among the richest people in the country. Kulibayev is moreover a key player in the flagship oil sector.

Oldest daughter Dariga Nazarbayeva’s political career, mainly in the rubber-stamp legislature, has been marked by a series of controversial statements and perceptions of an abrasive style.

The 58-year-old’s reported business interests are also rumored to be extensive.

Leaks of offshore financial data and a High Court challenge in London have meanwhile revealed the extent of her family’s foreign property holdings xe2x80x93 part of a trend of capital leaving that country that Nazarbayev officially discouraged while president.

Many residents of Almaty credited the CSTO as a stabilizing force that had helped Tokayev gain control over the situation after spending several days inside as gunfire echoed around the city.xc2xa0

Roza Matayeva, a 45-year-old English teacher, got used to tuning in to her radio during the five-day internet blackout in Kazakhstan’s financial hub that ended briefly Monday morning before the city of 1.8 million went offline again at lunchtime.

News that the Moscow-led bloc had agreed to Tokayev’s request to send a detachment “brought relief and hope that the situation will be decided for the best in the near future,” she told AFP.

“I welcome cooperation with Russia. I think there is no threat to our sovereignty.”

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Токаев приказал бизнесу делать взносы в фонд «Народу Казахстана» и поблагодарил Назарбаева за появление богатых людей — Новости на TJ

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Токаев приказал бизнесу делать взносы в фонд «Народу Казахстана» и поблагодарил Назарбаева за появление богатых людей

Главное из выступления президента Казахстана в парламенте страны.
11 января Президент Казахстан Касым-Жомарт Токаев выступил перед депутатами нижней палаты парламента — Мажилиса.
  • Токаев обвинил Комитет национальной безопасности (КНБ) в игнорировании критической угрозы и объявил о кардинальной реорганизации правоохранительных органов. Ранее был задержан бывший глава КНБ Карим Масимов — ему предъявлено обвинение в госизменене.
  • Президент заявил, что вывод войск ОДКБ начнется уже через 13 января и продлится не более 10 дней. По словам Токаева, острая фаза контртеррористической операции пройдена.
  • Токаев раскритиковал работу государственных органов и сказал, что в сфере господдержки сформировался принцип «друзьям — все, остальным — по закону». Он приказал ввести пятилетний мораторий на повышение зарплат министров, депутатов и акимов — глав местных и региональных администраций.
  • Кроме этого, президент обратил внимание на несколько крупных коррупционных скандалов и призвал госслужащих быть ближе к народу. Токаев также объявил о реформе фонда «Самрук-Казына», управляющего государственными корпорациями и монополиями.
Президент также приказал создать фонд «Народу Казахстана», который будет пополняться за счет взносов монополий и крупного бизнеса. Он отдельно отметил роль Назарбаева в появлении в стране прослойки «богатых по международным меркам» людей.

В данный фонд будут направлены обязательные отчисления оператора лотерейной деятельности, центра учета ставок и других монополистов. Конечно, мы ожидаем значительные регулярные отчисления, я подчеркиваю, регулярные отчисления в фонд со стороны крупного бизнеса.

“Благодаря Первому Президенту – Елбасы в стране появилась группа очень прибыльных компаний и прослойка людей, богатых даже по международным меркам. Считаю, что пришло время отдать должное народу Казахстана и помогать ему на системной и регулярной основе. Поэтому правительству предстоит определить круг компаний и согласовать с ними размер ежегодных взносов в фонд.”

Касым-Жомарт Токаев, Президент Казахстана

Выступление Токаева произошло на фоне волны протестов и беспорядков, охвативших всю страну. На данный момент сообщается о десяти тысячах задержанных. Telegram канал министерства здравоохранения сообщал о 162 погибших во время погромов, однако позже удалил соответствующую публикацию.

CentralAsia: Токаев потребовал от разбогатевших при помощи Назарбаева компаний и олигархов делиться доходами с народом

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CentralAsia (KZ) –  Президент Касым-Жомарт Токаев потребовал от богатых граждан и компаний делиться доходами с народом Казахстана. «Благодаря первому президенту – Елбасы [Нурсултану Назарбаеву] в стране появилась группа очень прибыльных компаний и прослойка людей, богатых даже по международным меркам. Считаю, что пришло время отдать должное народу Казахстана и помогать ему на системной и регулярной основе. Поэтому правительству предстоит определить круг компаний и согласовать с ними размер ежегодных взносов в фонд», – сказал он 11 января на заседании парламента. Речь идет о фонде «Қазақстан Қалқына», который Токаев поручил создать. Данный фонд будет заниматься решением проблем в сфере здравоохранения, образования, социальной поддержки. «Кроме того, ожидаю активного участия и от тех лиц, которые фактически обладая огромными средствами, находятся в тени», – заявил он.

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Kazakhstan’s President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev issued rare criticism of his long-ruling predecessor Tuesday, and said he expected Russian-led forces to leave the troubled Central Asian country in the next 10 days. The oil-rich country’s descent into chaos has laid bare infighting at the very top of a government once utterly dominated by Tokayev’s mentor, 81-year-old Nursultan Nazarbayev, who retains the constitutional status of “Leader of the Nation” despite stepping down from the presidency in 2019. Addressing the government and parliament in a videoconference call broadcast live, the 68-year-old Tokayev fired an eyebrow-raising broadside at Nazarbayev as the post-Soviet country reels from unprecedented violence that began with peaceful protests over an energy price hike. Tokayev said Nazarbayev’s rule had created “a layer of wealthy people, even by international standards”. Dozens died in the unrest and 10,000 people have been arrested Photo: AFP / Alexandr BOGDANOV   “I believe that the time has come to pay tribute to the people of Kazakhstan and help them on a systematic and regular basis,” Tokayev added, noting that “very profitable companies” would be asked to pay money into a state fund. Both Kazakhstan and Russia have framed last week’s unrest that left dozens dead and has seen almost 10,000 people arrested as a coup attempt assisted by foreign “terrorists”, but have provided little evidence to support the claim. Following a request from Tokayev, the Moscow-led Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO) deployed troops to bring about order and buttress the authorities. Tokayev blamed his predecessor for creating a rich elite Photo: SPUTNIK via AFP / Yevgeny BIYATOV On Tuesday, Tokayev announced that “a phased withdrawal” would begin in two days and take “no more than 10 days.” “The main mission of the CSTO peacekeeping forces has been successfully completed,” he said. The CSTO mission of more than 2,000 troops was despatched at the peak of the crisis last week, after armed clashes between government opponents and security forces and a looting spree rendered parts of the largest city Almaty almost unrecognisable. The decision was a first for the CSTO, often touted by Moscow as a NATO equivalent but previously reluctant to interfere in unrest in Central Asia, a region with long historical ties to Russia. Concern has mounted that Moscow could leverage the mission to shore up its influence in Kazakhstan. Nursultan Nazarbayev retains the constitutional status of ‘Leader of the Nation’ Photo: AFP / NICHOLAS KAMM US Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned last week that “once Russians are in your house, it’s sometimes very difficult to get them to leave”. Tokayev appeared to further bolster his position by backing acting prime minister Alikhan Smailov to take on the job permanently on Tuesday — a nomination that won the unanimous support of lawmakers. Former national security committee chief Karim Masimov — a key Nazarbayev ally viewed by many as perpetuating the retired president’s influence over the government — was arrested on treason charges Saturday in connection with the unrest. In another significant move, Tokayev announced on Tuesday plans to bring an end to a widely criticised private recycling monopoly linked to the former president’s youngest daughter, Aliya Nazarbayeva, 41. “This should be done by a state organisation, as is the case in foreign countries,” he said. Many residents of Almaty credited the CSTO as a stabilising force that had helped Tokayev gain control over the situation after spending several days inside as gunfire echoed around the city. Roza Matayeva, a 45-year-old English teacher, got used to tuning into her radio during the five-day internet blackout in Kazakhstan’s financial hub that ended briefly Monday morning before the city of 1.8 million went offline again at lunchtime. News that the Moscow-led bloc had agreed to Tokayev’s request to send a detachment “brought relief and hope that the situation will be decided for the best in the near future,” she told AFP. “I welcome cooperation with Russia. I think there is no threat to our sovereignty.” But Adil Kuandykov, a wedding photographer who lives close to the presidential residence that saw some of the worst fighting in the former capital, said he no longer had trust in soldiers of any sort, after seeing corpses on the road near his house early on Thursday morning. “There will be peace,” said Kuandykov, 54, who burst into tears during the interview. “But it will be a bad peace.”

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NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan: Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev on Tuesday accused his predecessor, Nursultan Nazarbayev, of creating a caste of wealthy elite, after unrest erupted last week, amid anger over poverty. In rare criticism of his 81-year-old mentor, who for decades was the most powerful person in Kazakhstan, Tokayev said that Nazarbayev’s rule had created “a layer of wealthy people, even by international standards”. “I believe that the time has come to pay tribute to the people of Kazakhstan and help them on a systematic and regular basis,” Tokayev said, noting that “very profitable companies” would be asked to pay money into a state fund. In a video address to officials and lawmakers, Tokayev said that he expected “active participation from [the] people who possess huge wealth but keep in the shadows”. The comments mark the first time career diplomat Tokayev has publicly criticised the man who chose him as his handpicked successor in 2019, despite earlier rumours of tensions between the pair. In another significant move, Tokayev announced plans to bring an end to a widely criticised private recycling monopoly linked to the former president’s youngest daughter, 41-year-old Aliya Nazarbayeva. “This should be done by a state organisation, as is the case in foreign countries,” he said. Tokayev referred to Nazarbayev on Tuesday as Elbasy, or “Leader of the Nation”, a constitutional status that affords the former leader unique policy-making powers and immunity from prosecution.

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Коллективные миротворческие силы (КМС) Организации Договора о коллективной безопасности (ОДКБ) завершат миссию в Казахстане после полной стабилизации обстановки по решению руководства республики, заявил глава Минобороны Сергей Шойгу.«Выполнение задач Коллективными миротворческими силами будет осуществляться до полной стабилизации обстановки в Республике Казахстан, естественно, по решению руководства Республики Казахстан», – передает его слова РИА «Новости». Шойгу добавил, что «в настоящее время миротворческие силы ОДКБ выполняют задачи по охране важных военных, государственных и социально значимых объектов на территории Казахстана». Глава оборонного ведомства напомнил, что в соответствии с решением Совета коллективной безопасности ОДКБ 9 января КМС организации завершили развертывание на территории Казахстана. «В короткие сроки – всего за трое суток – самолетами ВКС России был переброшен личный состав и техника. Это стало возможным благодаря высокой слаженности и оперативности действий вооружённых сил государств-членов ОДКБ, достигнутых в результате совместных учений, а также опыта, полученного в ходе развёртывания российских войск в Сирии и миротворческого контингента в Нагорном Карабахе», – отметил министр. Ранее президент Казахстана Касым-Жомарт Токаев заявил, что острая фаза контртеррористической операции в республике пройдена, обстановка во всех регионах стабильная. По его словам, основная миссия миротворческих сил ОДКБ успешно завершена, вывод миротворцев начнется через два дня и займет не более 10 дней. Также Токаев подчеркнул, что над подготовкой захвата власти в Казахстане работали профессионалы. При этом, по его словам, Комитет национальной безопасности Казахстана не смог увидеть критическую угрозу нацбезопасности. Казахстанский политолог Марат Шибутов заявил газете ВЗГЛЯД, что «Войска ОДКБ выполнили свою миссию, в их присутствии в Казахстане уже нет необходимости, потому что ситуацию удалось стабилизировать. Напомним, массовые протесты в Казахстане начались в начале 2022 года. Причиной недовольства граждан стало повышение цен на сжиженный газ. Позже протесты распространились на другие города, в том числе на Алма-Ату, бывшую столицу и крупнейший город республики. В беспорядках принимали участие мародеры и боевики. В ответ власти ввели чрезвычайное положение по всей стране до 19 января и начали контртеррористическую операцию. Утром 5 января президент Казахстана отправил в отставку правительство и возглавил Совбез. 7 января Токаев заявил, что террористы, в том числе прибывшие из-за рубежа, продолжают сопротивление. Всего за время беспорядков 17 правоохранителей погибли, а сумма ущерба государству превысила 216 млн долларов. 342589 Взгляд

Россия не принимает участия в разговорах о якобы возможной попытке подготовки государственного переворота в Узбекистане на фоне событий в Казахстане, о потенциальном риске которого ранее говорил президент Белоруссии Александр Лукашенко, сообщил пресс-секретарь российского лидера Дмитрий Песков.По его словам, это тема для диалога между Минском и Ташкентом. «Мы в этом ракурсе не принимаем участия в разговорах», – цитирует ТАСС представителя Кремля. Песков отметил, что российские спецслужбы получают от коллег данные по ситуации в Казахстане и тем, кто стоит за произошедшим. «Безусловно, идет обмен информацией по линии специальных служба, в том числе в рамках ОДКБ, и в рамках этого обмена, конечно, российская сторона от своих казахстанских коллег получает данные. И главное не то, какой информацией обладает российская сторона, а главное – из какой информации исходят наши казахстанские друзья. Именно президент Токаев вчера говорил об этом, именно это и должно являться первоисточником, и является таковым», – сказал он. По его словам, определение сроков вывода миротворцев ОДКБ из Казахстана это прерогатива Нур-Султана, Россия не имеет права вмешиваться. Ранее президент Казахстана Касым-Жомарт Токаев заявил, что острая фаза контртеррористической операции в республике пройдена, обстановка во всех регионах стабильная. По его словам, основная миссия миротворческих сил ОДКБ успешно завершена, вывод миротворцев начнется через два дня и займет не более 10 дней. Напомним, массовые протесты в Казахстане начались в начале 2022 года. Причиной недовольства граждан стало повышение цен на сжиженный газ. Позже протесты распространились на другие города, в том числе на Алма-Ату, бывшую столицу и крупнейший город республики. В беспорядках принимали участие мародеры и боевики. В ответ власти ввели чрезвычайное положение по всей стране до 19 января и начали контртеррористическую операцию. Утром 5 января президент Казахстана отправил в отставку правительство и возглавил Совбез. 7 января Токаев заявил, что террористы, в том числе прибывшие из-за рубежа, продолжают сопротивление. Всего за время беспорядков 17 правоохранителей погибли, а сумма ущерба государству превысила 216 млн долларов. Газета ВЗГЛЯД разбиралась, куда может перекинуться казахстанский мятеж. 342589 Взгляд

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Kazakh President Fires Rare Criticism At Predecessor After Unrest


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Kazakhstan’s President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev issued rare criticism of his long-ruling predecessor Tuesday, and said he expected Russian-led forces to leave the troubled Central Asian country in the next 10 days.

The oil-rich country’s descent into chaos has laid bare infighting at the very top of a government once utterly dominated by Tokayev’s mentor, 81-year-old Nursultan Nazarbayev, who retains the constitutional status of “Leader of the Nation” despite stepping down from the presidency in 2019.

Addressing the government and parliament in a videoconference call broadcast live, the 68-year-old Tokayev fired an eyebrow-raising broadside at Nazarbayev as the post-Soviet country reels from unprecedented violence that began with peaceful protests over an energy price hike.

Tokayev said Nazarbayev’s rule had created “a layer of wealthy people, even by international standards”.

Dozens died in the unrest and 10,000 people have been arrested Photo: AFP / Alexandr BOGDANOV

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“I believe that the time has come to pay tribute to the people of Kazakhstan and help them on a systematic and regular basis,” Tokayev added, noting that “very profitable companies” would be asked to pay money into a state fund.

Both Kazakhstan and Russia have framed last week’s unrest that left dozens dead and has seen almost 10,000 people arrested as a coup attempt assisted by foreign “terrorists”, but have provided little evidence to support the claim.

Following a request from Tokayev, the Moscow-led Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO) deployed troops to bring about order and buttress the authorities.

Tokayev blamed his predecessor for creating a rich elite Photo: SPUTNIK via AFP / Yevgeny BIYATOV

On Tuesday, Tokayev announced that “a phased withdrawal” would begin in two days and take “no more than 10 days.”

“The main mission of the CSTO peacekeeping forces has been successfully completed,” he said.

The CSTO mission of more than 2,000 troops was despatched at the peak of the crisis last week, after armed clashes between government opponents and security forces and a looting spree rendered parts of the largest city Almaty almost unrecognisable.

The decision was a first for the CSTO, often touted by Moscow as a NATO equivalent but previously reluctant to interfere in unrest in Central Asia, a region with long historical ties to Russia.

Concern has mounted that Moscow could leverage the mission to shore up its influence in Kazakhstan.

Nursultan Nazarbayev retains the constitutional status of ‘Leader of the Nation’ Photo: AFP / NICHOLAS KAMM

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned last week that “once Russians are in your house, it’s sometimes very difficult to get them to leave”.

Tokayev appeared to further bolster his position by backing acting prime minister Alikhan Smailov to take on the job permanently on Tuesday — a nomination that won the unanimous support of lawmakers.

Former national security committee chief Karim Masimov — a key Nazarbayev ally viewed by many as perpetuating the retired president’s influence over the government — was arrested on treason charges Saturday in connection with the unrest.

In another significant move, Tokayev announced on Tuesday plans to bring an end to a widely criticised private recycling monopoly linked to the former president’s youngest daughter, Aliya Nazarbayeva, 41.

“This should be done by a state organisation, as is the case in foreign countries,” he said.

Many residents of Almaty credited the CSTO as a stabilising force that had helped Tokayev gain control over the situation after spending several days inside as gunfire echoed around the city.

Roza Matayeva, a 45-year-old English teacher, got used to tuning into her radio during the five-day internet blackout in Kazakhstan’s financial hub that ended briefly Monday morning before the city of 1.8 million went offline again at lunchtime.

News that the Moscow-led bloc had agreed to Tokayev’s request to send a detachment “brought relief and hope that the situation will be decided for the best in the near future,” she told AFP.

“I welcome cooperation with Russia. I think there is no threat to our sovereignty.”

But Adil Kuandykov, a wedding photographer who lives close to the presidential residence that saw some of the worst fighting in the former capital, said he no longer had trust in soldiers of any sort, after seeing corpses on the road near his house early on Thursday morning.

“There will be peace,” said Kuandykov, 54, who burst into tears during the interview.

“But it will be a bad peace.”

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Kazakh leader blames ex-president for creating ‘layer of wealthy people’


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NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan:xc2xa0Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev on Tuesday accused his predecessor, Nursultan Nazarbayev, of creating a caste of wealthy elite, after unrest erupted last week, amid anger over poverty.

In rare criticism of his 81-year-old mentor, who for decades was the most powerful person in Kazakhstan, Tokayev said that Nazarbayevxe2x80x99s rule had created xe2x80x9ca layer of wealthy people, even by international standardsxe2x80x9d.

xe2x80x9cI believe that the time has come to pay tribute to the people of Kazakhstan and help them on a systematic and regular basis,xe2x80x9d Tokayev said, noting that xe2x80x9cvery profitable companiesxe2x80x9d would be asked to pay money into a state fund.

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In a video address to officials and lawmakers, Tokayev said that he expected xe2x80x9cactive participation from [the] people who possess huge wealth but keep in the shadowsxe2x80x9d.

The comments mark the first time career diplomat Tokayev has publicly criticised the man who chose him as his handpicked successor in 2019, despite earlier rumours of tensions between the pair.

In another significant move, Tokayev announced plans to bring an end to a widely criticised private recycling monopoly linked to the former presidentxe2x80x99s youngest daughter, 41-year-old Aliya Nazarbayeva.

xe2x80x9cThis should be done by a state organisation, as is the case in foreign countries,xe2x80x9d he said.

Tokayev referred to Nazarbayev on Tuesday as Elbasy, or xe2x80x9cLeader of the Nationxe2x80x9d, a constitutional status that affords the former leader unique policy-making powers and immunity from prosecution.