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By: Umberto Bacchi
Date: October 11th 2016
Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Two Kazakh land rights activists who are due to go on trial over their involvement in public protests against land reforms in the Central Asian nation are facing unfounded criminal charges and should be released, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on Tuesday.
By: Olzhas Auyezov
Date: May 12th 2016
President Nazarbayev's plans to privatise farmland have sparked rare public protests in the Central Asian nation
ALMATY, May 12 (Reuters) - Kazakhstan's government, facing a wave of unrest over farmland privatisation plans, invited some opponents of the reform to join a commission set up on Thursday to review it.
"1. Civil legislation is based on the recognition of the equality of the participants of the relations regulated thereby, inviolability of property, freedom of agreement, prohibition of arbitrary interference in somebody's private affairs, indispensability of the free exercise of civil rights, and provision for the restitution of violated rights and their defence in the court."
"This Law determines the legal regime of the state-owned property, the legal basis of management of the state-owned property, including the property assigned to the state legal entities and the stocks and shares owned by the state in the authorized capital of legal entities, the legal basis of acquisition of rights and termination of the rights to the state-owned property and is aimed at providing effective implementation by the state of the rights of the owner and owner of other rights to the state-owned property."
The constitution was approved in a national referendum.
Full citation: ICJ, "Women's Access to Justice in Kazakhstan: Identifying the Obstacles & Need for Change," ICJ REPORT (2013).
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