Hundreds demand election boycott in Kazakhstan

Anti-government protester shouts during a rally calling for a boycott of June presidential elections in Almaty, Kazakhstan May 1, 2019. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

ALMATY/NUR-SULTAN (Reuters) – Hundreds of Kazakhs rallied in their two main cities on Wednesday, calling for a boycott of June presidential elections that they dismissed as a cover for an orchestrated handover of power. Crowds gathered in the main amusement park in the commercial hub Almaty and a square in the capital Nur-Sultan in protests […]

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