President of the United States of America
Mr. Donald Trump
Because of your visit to Poland on 6 July 2017, we are asking for the opportunity to meet and present a tragic situation of human rights and increasing repression towards citizens in Kazakhstan.
Recently the Kazakh authorities are actively selling out and giving for a long-time lend huge areas of Kazakh land to the Chinese people. Citizens of Kazakhstan, in the fear of losing their motherland, are incessantly protesting, but the authorities are grumbling over the protests and arresting activists.
I am an activist from choice for the dissemination and protection of civil liberties. I am an activist of the democratic opposition of Kazakhstan, working for the promotion and protection of freedom, human rights, civil liberties and actions supporting the development of democracy in Kazakhstan.
For many years I have been actively fighting with human rights violations, I am an organizer and participant in actions supporting democratic changes. I am also helping political prisoners and opposition activists in the world.
We have to fight for civic freedoms every day, any signs of violations of the fundamental rights of citizens should be counteracted. I am also present in the defense of freedom of speech, press, assemblies, independent courts as well as the right to work, health care, education – that is all we need in Kazakhstan.
The US is a backbone of democracy and a country that supports democratic changes all over the world. I am confident that your meeting with the leader of the Kazakh opposition abroad will bring you closer to the situation in Kazakhstan and I hope that thanks to you there will be a democratic transformation in Kazakhstan in the near future.
Chairman of the abroad opposition of Kazakhstan
Chairman of the European Council
President of the European Commission
President of the European Parliament
The real opposition wants to come to the EP and personally present the situation in Kazakhstan
In the European Parliament (EP) was recently the oligarch Ablyazov, who has been sentenced to three years in prison in France, but still has charges on the British court on hiding property.
The real opposition has nothing to do with Ablyazov. We believe that the huge fortune, more than $ 6 billion, which Ablyazov owned, stolen Kazakh people. Ablyazov presents himself as a persecuted person and a dissident, which is not true. All his actions are directed to legalize his robbed estate. It is accepted in the EP by a European politicians, who believes him but do not know that he is a great fraud.
We have a huge request to have the opportunity, like the true opposition, to come to the EP and personally present the situation in Kazakhstan and to tell about the problems of the real opposition, which has nothing to do with Ablyazov. We will be grateful for inviting us to the EP. Unlike this oligarch, we do not have founds to travel to the EP and have there own lobbyists. (więcej…)
Biełsat promuje kazachskiego oligarchę oszusta.
Telewizja Biełsat finansowana przez Polski MSZ i TVP, czyli polskiego podatnika, promuje kazachskiego oligarchę Ablyazov. Ostatnio ukazał się prawie półgodzinny wywiad z nim przeprowadzony we Francji. Wychodzi, że z kieszeni polskiego podatnika sfinansowano wyjazd ekipy telewizyjnej i dziennikarzy. Oburzające jest, że stacja, która została powołana, żeby promować idee demokracji na Białorusi, zajmuje się promowaniem oszusta oligarcha. Ablyazov znany jest z tego, że płaci za życzliwość dziennikarzy aby podtrzymywać imidż prześladowanego.
Prosimy o wyjaśnienie, czy takie działanie jest zgodne z linią programową stacji Biełsat utrzymywanej na koszt polskiego podatnika? Oczekujemy od MSZ i Komisji zajmujących się państwowymi mediami zabrania głosu w tej sprawie. W razie potrzeby możemy udostępnić materiały. (więcej…)
Balli Marzec, who lives in Poland, is ethnic Kazakh, activist of Kazakh opposition in Europe, registered as a candidate for president of Poland, Kazpravda.kz cites rus.azattyq.org as saying.
Reportedly, on March 16, the Central Election Commission of Poland registered the campaign office of Balli Marzec.
She announced her intention to participate in presidential elections last month.
There are 25 candidates for president of Poland on the list. The presidential polls are scheduled for May 10. The current President of Poland Bronislaw Komorowski is also listed among the presidential candidates.
Balli Marzec, born Balzhan Nauryzbayeva, is the head of the Kazakh community in Poland, and is the organizer and participant in various activities in support of democratic change, protection of political prisoners and repressed opposition activists in the world.
Balzhan Nauryzbayeva was born in Kazakhstan, but after studying in Moscow, married a Polish fellow-student and moved to Poland, where she has lived for 20 years.