Nazarbayev's daughter did not appear at the parliamentary meeting. This was explained by her illness

According to & nbsp; according to her & nbsp; & nbsp; assistant Zhanna Ermekova, Nazarbayeva's health is assessed as moderate, she is at home & nbs; Alma-Ata. The & nbsp; press service of the Mazhilis said that & nbsp; a deputy from & nbsp; December on & nbsp; sick leave because of & nbsp; COVID-19.

From & nbsp; January 2021 Nazarbayev is a member of the committee on & nbsp; economic reform and & nbsp; development of the Mazhilis. She also heads the Nursultan Nazarbayev Foundation. Previously, she was the speaker of the Senate of Parliament.

She did not & nbsp; come to & nbsp; meetings of the Mazhilis on January 11 and & nbsp; & nbsp; 12 & nbsp;

Protests in & nbsp; Kazakhstan


On 2 & nbsp; January 2 & nbsp; in & nbsp; Mangystau region in & nbsp; west of Kazakhstan began mass protests against a twofold increase in the cost of liquefied gas. Soon residents of neighboring regions joined the protesters. The protesters took to & nbsp; the streets of Alma-Ata, Karaganda, Aktobe and & nbsp; other large cities.

On January 5, Kazakh President Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev dismissed the government of the republic, but the riots did not stop & nbsp; >

January 7 & nbsp; Tokayev ordered law enforcement agencies and & nbsp; army to open fire on defeat without & nbsp; warning. The officials began to call the participants in the riots terrorists.

On January 11 & nbsp; Tokayev issued a decree on & nbsp; the appointment of Alikhan Smailov as the head of the Cabinet. He instructed the Ministry of Economy to & nbsp; 20 & nbsp; January to develop a draft government action program for & nbsp; 2022 and & nbsp; clarified that & nbsp; all planned measures should be achievable.



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