“Negotiations” with oilworkers fail – Government faces dilemma as strikers step up struggle.

The oil-workers in Mangystau, West Kazakhstan, have been battling with their employer for more than six months now. “Negotiations” at the end of November demonstrated once again that neither the government nor the company had any intention of taking any serious steps towards discussing the real issues leading to the strike.  Campaign reporters, Kazakhstan In

Protesting oil-workers appeal to workers throughout the world

The striking oil workers and other residents of the Mangystau region in West Kazakhstan have sent the following appeal. They have already collected over ten thousand signatures in the region in support of a petition calling for the resignation of the top management of the oil company “OzenMunaiGaz”, the city’s prosecutor and the mayor. They

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The struggle against dictatorship in Kazakhstan and how to build world-wide solidarity and support Kazakhstan is a police state. It is ruled by one man, Nursultan Nazarbayev, and his close family who have looted the wealth of the country to grow rich and buy international allies. The vast majority of the population live in poverty

CAMPAIGN KAZAKHSTAN

 The struggle against dictatorship in Kazakhstan and how to build world-wide solidarity and support Kazakhstan is a police state. It is ruled by one man, Nursultan Nazarbayev, and his close family who have looted the wealth of the country to grow rich and buy international allies. The vast majority of the population live in poverty

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Aims   Campaign Kazakhstan has been set up with the aim of coordinating world-wide condemnation of the regime and the international corporations who collaborate with it. It also seeks maximum support for those who are fighting back – most prominent among them, Ainur Kurmanov and Esenbek Ukteshbayev, prime targets of the state.   The campaign