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January 22, 2012


We are posting statement of support issued by the Central Committee of the AUCP (B). Other Aspect has disagreements on several  issues with the politics of AUCP (B) and its leader Nina Andreeva. We are publishing this statement as it is in support of working class resistance and also it contains some important information on the […]

Chronology of world-wide actions of protests against the shooting of workers in Zhanaozen

December 28, 2011


The bloody events in the Mangistauski region on December 16th have triggered a wave of indignation worldwide. Soon after the news of the shooting made it to the outside world the diplomatic missions of Kazakhstan have faced actions of protests and solidarity with the ailing workers and peaceful residents. On December 18th in Tel-Aviv a […]

Kazakhstan: The Massacre Continues

December 24, 2011


Authorities are trying to cover up the number of victims by burying bodies in the steppe Workers activists are concerned that the authorities may be concealing the bodies of fallen comrades and innocent civilians, as had happened during the events of 1989. Then troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs also shot civilians and hid […]

Kazakhstan: Kazak Spring or Another Coloured ‘Revolt’ ?

December 18, 2011


In the energy rich Central Asian country Kazakhstan, that has been ruled by the first and only president  Nursultan Nazarbayev as his personal fief, thousands of oilmen have taken to the streets in the town of Zhanaozen, South Kazakhstan.   Kazakhstan was marking the 20th anniversary of its independence on Friday, December 16. Celebrations were […]