Kazakhstan’s president said he’s ordered security forces to shoot protesters “without warning” as he declared victory with Russia’s help in crushing unrest sweeping the central Asian nation.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko reportedly spoke via phone call to former leader of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, who was one of the reasons behind widespread anger that led to mass protests in the Central Asian country.
The authoritarian leader of Kazakhstan said on Friday that he had authorized the nation’s security forces to “fire without warning” as the government moved to bring an end to two days of violence after peaceful protests descended into scenes of anarchy.
What people are saying?
Court Sansom Uprisings happen against authoritarian regimes. Insurrections attempt to subvert the conclusion of a people choosing their own governance. Depending on the nature of a protest, “rioters” can be a subset of “protestors”. It’s not tricky.
Offended Often They are bringing military tanks to a hand fighting protest. The protesters are being killed over unfair policies such as higher gas prices. Unjust in deed.