Showing posts with label Socialist Movement of Kazakhstan. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Socialist Movement of Kazakhstan. Show all posts

Thursday, January 14, 2021

The Bonapartist regime of Nazarbayev in Kazakhstan

Statement by the Political Council of the Socialist Movement of Kazakhstan:

NAZARBAYEV'S BONAPARTIST REGIME WON A "PYRRHIC VICTORY"

On January 10, Kazakhstan held elections to the Majilis and local representative authorities, and even before the CEC announced the preliminary results, Nursultan Nazarbayev hastened to declare the unconditional victory of his Nur Otan party on the basis of pocket exit polls only. This example was followed by the leaders of the puppet satellite parties, who congratulated the main party on its triumph on the night of January 10-11 and admitted their defeat.

Thursday, September 3, 2020

Kazakhstan's Socialist Movement denounces persecution of trade unionist by authorities

Yerzhan Elshibayev
In a statement, the Socialist Movement of Kazakhstan denounces the persecution and torture of political activist and leader of the unemployed movement Yerzhan Elshibayev by the state authorities. 

The statement is as follows:

On October 18 2019 the leader of the movement of the unemployed Yerzhan Elshibayev was sentenced to Zhanaozen city in Kazakhstan to five years in prison on a fabricated in a three-year-old case. During the trial, the victim and witnesses indicated their complete innocence and refused all claims. However, the court, despite the mass protests of residents, gave him a prison sentence.

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

What is going on in Kazakhstan? Persecution of workers and trade unionists continues...

On October 17, Yerzhan Yelshibaev, the leader of the unemployed movement of Zhanaozen and the Mangystau region, in Kazakhstan, was sentenced to five years in a fabricated case and arrested in March of this year in a fabricated case about an attack on a passerby, which happened several years ago. 
During the trial, the victim and witnesses did not recognize him as an attacker and refused claims, however, the judge decided to send the famous public figure to jail.

Saturday, March 2, 2019

Was the famine of 1932-33 in Kazakhstan a genocide?

The following text is a translated version of an article published on socialismkz.info, the website of the Socialist Movement of Kazakhstan and deals with the recently released anti-Soviet propaganda film/documentary "Zulmat":  

At the end of January in Zhanbolat Mamai's "Zulmat" film was shown in Almaty. According to the nationalist-minded Kazakhstani and Ukrainian historians and public figures, the famine of 1931–33 must be recognized as genocide.

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Kazakhstan's President Nazarbayev paid tribute to Hitler's ally Carl Mannerheim!

Kazakhstan's current President, Nursultan Nazarbayev, was once a member of the Political Bureau of the CPSU and first Secretary of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan. 

Today, almost 30 years since the counterrevolution in the Soviet Union, as the undisputed -multimillionaire- leader of the Republic of Kazakhstan, resorts to various policies of extreme anti-communism

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Socialist Movement of Kazakhstan: On the political situation in the country

We would also like to present our vision of the current political situation in Kazakhstan in the light of the ongoing market reforms in strengthening the positions of the restored capitalism. 

These processes are accompanied by an intensification of reaction and the curtailment of all democratic rights, as well as the entry into new relations with imperialism of the United States and the EU, despite participation in other blocs and alliances, such as the EEMP, SCO and CSTO. 

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Kazakhstan: Socialist Movement and Zhanartu denounce the detention of striking oil workers

With a joint statement, the Socialist Movement of Kazakhstan and Kazakhstan's Workers Union (Zhanartu) strongly denounce the detention of two oil workers who were on hunger strike. 

On January 20th, the organizers of the hunger strike among oil industry workers in Kazakhstan, the Chairman of the Union «Oil Construction Company» Amin Yeleusinov and public labour inspectors Nurbek Kushakbaev were arrested being accused of embezzlement of trade Union funds. Accusations then followed as “calling of illegal strikes”. The custody will last 2 months and workers say they have already arrived to Astana.