Yerbol Nazarbayev was fired from the Anti-Corruption Service of Kazakhstan
Yerbol Nazarbayev, whom the Kazakh media call the nephew of the country's ex-president Nursultan Nazarbayev, was fired in April from the Anti-Corruption Agency. This was announced in connection with the publication of a video with a tinted car
Yerbol Nazarbayev was fired from the Kazakh anti-corruption agency, whom the local Forbes calls the nephew of the former president of the republic Nursultan Nazarabev, this is stated on the agency's website.
< p>Yerbol Nazarabayev was the deputy head of the Agency's Special Department, the head of the agency dismissed him from his post on January 26. About two months later, on April 14, he was fired from the bodies of the Anti-Corruption Service, according to the publication of the press service of the agency.
The department noted that the message about the dismissal of Nazarabayev was published “in connection with the video circulating in public” , without specifying which video is in question.
According to the portals Orda.kz, Vlast.kz Turantimes.kz, this is a video in which police officers stop a car with tinted windows, which is associated with Yerbol Nazarbayev, the son of ex-president Bolat Nazarbayev's brother. The video was published by the Telegram channel of the resource for creating online petitions EGOV.PRESS. According to the channel, the young man who sits in the driver's seat of the car— Erbol.
The Orda.kz portal notes that it is reliably known about the existence of Nurbol Nazarabayev, the son of Bolat Nazarbayev. Moreover, in a report dated January 2019 on affiliated with the “Almaty plant of heavy engineering” The names of the persons listed are Yerbol Bolatovich Nazarabaev, the portal writes, while in the report of April 2016, Nurbol Bolatovich Nazarabaev was mentioned in the list of affiliates. At the same time, their dates of birth are completely the same— November 14, 1983.
The decision to dismiss Yerbol Nazarabayev from his post was made by Marat Akhmetzhanov, who headed the agency in January 2022, and now he is the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. At the same time, the current chairman of the agency, Olzhas Bektenov, dismissed Nazarabayev from the department.
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Nursultan Nazarabayev headed Kazakhstan for about 30 years, he left the presidency in March 2019, retaining a number of privileges as the owner of the unique status of the country's first president, which were enshrined in the constitutional law “On the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan” Elbasy”, adopted in 2000. In 2010, he received the title of Elbasy— leader of the nation.
In January of this year, mass protests took place in Kazakhstan, which escalated into riots, clashes, battles and seizures of government buildings. Among the demands of the protesters was the departure of Nazarabayev from politics. After the protests were suppressed, the three sons-in-law of the Elbasy, his nephew and other relatives lost their posts, and the current Kazakh president, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, promised to carry out large-scale reforms in the country.
In late January, the Senate of Kazakhstan proposed to adjust the law on the first president, so as not to coordinate with him the key directions of foreign and domestic policy. Nazarabayev resigned as head of the ruling Nur Otan party, which was later renamed Amanat. According to the forthcoming amendments to the Constitution of Kazakhstan, the first president will lose most of his personal privileges.