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Kazakhstan jails activists, plans a Great Firewall to stifle online dissent. From The Conversation.
The predictable conviction of the two activists highlights Astana’s disregard for rights to peaceful assembly.
Kazakh lawmakers back renaming the capital after the president, a move that still needs Nazarbaev's blessing.
Adopted in January, the ban, which prohibits any kind of religiously affiliated clothing, has not deterred students from wearing hijabs until now.
Observers feel a guilty verdict is inevitable, as critics accuse government of launching a smear campaign against activists through friendly media.
Human rights watchdogs are asking for their release, arguing that their protests did not breach any law.
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