Protests in Kazakhstan 2022

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January 23, 2022

Protests in Kazakhstan began on January 2, 2022, after a sudden spike in fuel prices, which the Kazakh government said was a result of high oil demand and consolidation. Set the price of a gas station. The protests began in the city of Chagavuxian, a major oil producer. and later expanded to other cities in the country rapidly including Almaty, the country's largest city. Throughout a week of intense unrest and repression More than 225 people were killed and more than 9,900 arrested, as growing dissatisfaction with the government and former president Nursultan Nazarbayev fueled the spread of protests. Because there is no popular anti-Kazakhstan group. Therefore, it seems that the people gathered directly in the unrest. in response to the protest President Jazem-Jomaart Togayev has declared a state of emergency in Manjestau and Almaty regions from January 5, while Prime Minister Askar Mamin's cabinet. resignation announcement on the same day and in response to Togayev's request The Joint Security Treaty Organization (CSTO; The military alliance of the post-Soviet group of states (which includes Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Belarus, Russia, Armenia and Kazakhstan itself) agreed to send troops into Kazakhstan, declaring that It's a peacekeeping mission. The local police reported that "Dozens of attackers have been accounted for," as former President Nazar Bayev was stripped of Kazakhstan's Security Council chairman for the ban.

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