MONITORING OF POLITICAL PERSECUTION IN THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31, 2021

On July 1, in Nur-Sultan city, Kumekbaev Kuandyk, was sentenced by the court under Article 200, Part 1 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan (Illegal seizure of a vehicle or other means of transport without intent of theft) to 1 year of restriction of liberty under probation supervision for the entire term and 10 MCIs to the victims’ fund. Earlier, on February 28, 2021, Kumekbaev K. was walking to a peaceful rally, but near the mosque was attacked by 3 police officers Zhumabekov T. and others, who started pushing him into a car with violence against him and without giving any reasons. Following which Kuandyk, being stressed out and worried for his life, jammed the doors of his vehicle and drove away from the scene to the building of the Saryarka District Police Department.

On July 1, Mukhtar Ablyazov, the leader of the DVC, which has been banned by the court, announced a rally-demonstration on July 6 on the occasion of the birthday of the leader of the nation, Elbasy Nazarbayev in 18 cities of Kazakhstan, and in connection with this, political persecution, intimidation, arrests and imposing fines on citizens has started in order to prevent the rallies of the demonstration[1]. The rally was also announced on July 6 by Zhanbolat Mamay, the leader of the DPK (Democratic Party of Kazakhstan).

On July 1, in Nur-Sultan city, activist Askar Sembay, was sentenced to 25 days of administrative arrest under Article 488, Part 1[2].

On July 1, in Shymkent city, Ashtaev Zhanmurat, Abildaev Nurzhan and Faizullaev Erlan under Article 488, Part 6 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan were arrested from 10 days to 15 days for participating in a rally in front of the Shymkent city administration with a poster “Ashtyq” on his head.

On July 1, Shymkent city, Konshbaev Yermek, was fined 145500 tenge under Article 488, Part 6 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for participating in a rally in front of the Shymkent city akimat.

On 1 July in Nur-Sultan city, Urdabekova Feruza, according to Article 488, Part 11 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan, was fined 102 095 tenge for breach of the peace on June 29, 2021 in front of the House of Ministers as per established Law on Peaceful Assemblies.

On July 1, on the day of the 100th anniversary of the Communist Party of China in Almaty, 9 ethnic Kazakhs were forcibly detained. They had been picketing outside the Chinese consulate in Almaty for more than 160 days and demanded the release of all their families from the Chinese “re-education” camps[3]. All of them were later released[4].

On July 2, in Uralsk city, Urazbayev Amangeldy was sentenced to 7 days of administrative arrest under Article 488, Part 6 of the Administrative Offenses Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for participating in a rally on June 19, 2021 with a poster “Stop Repressions”[5].

On July 2, in Nur-Sultan city, Oshakbayeva Semigul was sentenced to 15 days of administrative arrest under Article 488, Part 6 of the Administrative Offenses Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for her participation in a protest on June 14, 2021 in front of the US embassy. 

On July 3, in Nur-Sultan city, Yerbol Yeskhozhin, who was kept in the pre-trial detention facility EC-166/1, reported on threats to his life and security by an officer of the detention facility named Adilet. His complaint was referred to the prosecutor’s office and an examination was started.

On July 3, in Nur-Sultan city, Umirbayev Darkhan and Tolegen Muratbek were placed under administrative arrest for 15 days under Article 488, Part 7 of the Administrative Offenses Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for his appeal in Facebook to attend the rally on March 27, 2021 at the at the “Astanalyk tsirki” square and for his participation in the rally in front of the House of Ministries.

On July 3, in Uralsk city, Utebayev Bekbulat, was placed was placed under administrative arrest for 5 days under Article 488, Part 6 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan, for his participation in the rally at the “Glorious Daughters of the Kazakh People” square on June 19, 2021[6].

On July 3, in Shymkent city, Kulbaev Ergali was placed under administrative arrest for 12 days under Article 488, Part 11 of the Administrative Offences his of the Republic of Kazakhstan for participation in the rally on June 15, 2021 in front of the pre-trial detention facility ICH-67/11.

On July 5, in Uralsk city, Bazenov Dastan and Okhasov-Orynbai were placed under administrative arrest for 10 days under Article 488, Part 11 of the Administrative Offenses Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for his participation in an unauthorized rally on June 19, 2021.

On July 5, in Aktobe city, Kalasov Askar was sentenced to administrative arrest for 10 days under Article 434, Part 2, Article 667, Part 1 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan[7].

On July 5, in Kostanay city, Zinchenko Sergey was placed under administrative arrest for 3 days under Article 488, Part 7 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for posting a photo with a message urging to take part in the rally on July 6. 

On July 6, there were apprehensions of activists and citizens for their attempts to participate in the rallies announced by the DCK and DPC in various cities of Kazakhstan such as Almaty [8], Aktobe [9], Kostanay[10], Uralsk[11], and Semey[12]. However, persecution and preventive arrests and intimidation did not give citizens the opportunity to exercise their right to a peaceful rally. In Almaty Kettling was again used by the police [13].

On July 6, in Kostanay city, Plaskovsky Alexey was placed under administrative arrest for 15 days under Article 488, Part 7 of the Administrative Offenses Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan, and Sand-Akhmet Sandugash was placed under administrative arrest of one day for participating in a peaceful assembly (rally) on July 6, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. in the Victory Park.
 
On July 6, in Almaty city, Dostiyarov Dauren was placed under administrative arrest for 10 days under Article 434, Part 1 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Toktasynuly Rysbek was placed under administrative arrest for 10 days, Sultanov Ualikhan was admitted to a mental health hospital for one month for his participation in the rally of the DPC and supporters of Zhanbolat Mamay “against Chinese expansion and genocide of Kazakhs” in front of the Sports Palace named after Baluan Sholak in Almaty city[14].

On July 6, in Nur-Sultan city, Mustafin Sarketpe, was fined 87510 tenge under Article 488 of the  Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for participating in a public meeting near the U.S. Embassy on June 14, 2021 and demanding the release of political prisoners.

On July 6, in Aktobe city, Tubetova Ainagul, Alimbayev Marat, Tokin Berikzhan were fined from 145,850 to 204,190 tenge under Article 488, Part 7 of the Administrative Offenses Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for posting flyers with an appeal to hold a rally[15]

July 7, Almaty, information on apprehensions on July 6, 2021, the day of Nazarbayev’s birthday. As reported by human rights activists, 34 people were brought to administrative responsibility and more than 300 people in various cities were placed under preventive detentions, being intimidated, summoned for questioning, persecuted and blocked at their residence with the purpose of preventing them from participating in the protests. There were also attempts to intimidate several activists (K.Shokanova was run over by a car and an activist’s car with passengers was stoned on the highway)[16]. A list of political persecution in connection with peaceful protests on July 6, 2021, prepared by the group “Activists Not Extremists” was also published[17].

The Kazakh authorities should cease their relentless efforts to crack down on peaceful dissent and allow free speech and criticism of the authorities without fear of retribution and political opposition groups to carry out peaceful activities in Kazakhstan, Human Rights Watch said on July 7. “The Kazakh government should revise the definition of “extremism” to bring it in line with Kazakhstan’s international obligations and seek review of the court-imposed bans on DVK and the Koshe Party”[18].

On July 7, in Nur-Sultan city, Ainur Myrzaliyeva was sentenced to 3 years of restriction of liberty under Article 405, part 1/2, with deprivation of the right to participate in social and political activities, including the use of media and telecommunications networks for a period of 5 years. Probationary treatment is established for the entire term of serving the sentence. A.A. Myrzalieva was also sentenced to 100 hours of forced labor per year for the entire period of serving her sentence.

On July 9, in Kyzylorda city, Yerzhan Elshibayev protested by committing an act of self-harm and cutting his stomach against the provocation made against him in connection with the fact that a shiv has been planted in his cell in the facility ZK-169/5[19]. This fact was later confirmed by the DUIS (Department of Corrective System)[20].

On July 9, in Almaty city, the human rights organizations Liberty and Public Foundation “Ar.Rukh.Khak” made a statement on the situation with political prisoner Yerzhan Elshibayev [21]
July 9, Shymkent city, Amirov Yerulan. The court extended Yerulan’s detention in a mental health hospital for another 1 month, until August 11, 2021. Since April 27, Yerulan Amirov was in the pre-trial detention facility of the National Security Committee under Article 174, Part 1 (“inciting hatred”), Article 256, Part 1 (“propaganda of terrorism or public calls to commit an act of terrorism») and Article 405, Part 2 (“participation in an extremist organization”) of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The NSC initiated criminal proceedings against Yerulan for the word “jihad” in his video message to the youth of Kazakhstan, referring to his criticism of the authorities. The activist warned that he did not call for violence, but merely offered to express his thoughts freely, as guaranteed by the constitution of Kazakhstan. Yerulan Amirov has been persecuted by the authorities of Kazakhstan for more than a year for participating in peaceful rallies. On June 3, 2020 he was brutally beaten up by law enforcement officers because of T-shirts with inscriptions such as “Amnesty on loans”, “50 000 tenge to each Kazakhstani citizen during the quarantine”[22].

On July 9, in Nur-Sultan city, Zhakhin Serik for the second time was sentenced to three years of restriction of liberty under Article 405, Part 1/2 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan under probation supervision, with deprivation of the right to engage in social and political activities, including the use of mass media and telecommunications for a period of 5 years.  Zakhin S.E. is placed under probation supervision, including 100 hours of forced labor annually for the entire period of serving the primary punishment until he reaches the age of 62. He was also ordered to pay an involuntary payment of 55560 tenge (20 MCIs) to the Victims’ Compensation Fund.

On July 9, Mukhtar Ablyazov, the leader of the DVK, the movement which was banned by the court, announced rallies against mandatory vaccination in front of local akimats in various cities on July 17.[23]. In this connection, a new wave of political persecution, intimidation, arrests and fines of citizens was started with the purpose of not allowing them to attend the announced rallies.

On July 10, in Uralsk city, Yeskendirova Marua was sentenced to 10 days of administrative arrest under Article 488, Part 11 of the Administrative Offenses Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for participating in a rally on June 12, 21 with a poster “Stop Repressions!”

On July 12, in Kokshetau city, Marat Zhanuzakov and Negmetov Ualikhan received refusals regarding holding a peaceful rally on July 17, 2021. The reason for the refusal was not provided in the response. In general, from July 30, 2020 to July 12, 2021 there were 110 refusals of permission to hold peaceful rallies in 22 cities of Kazakhstan. In 2021 there were 80 refusals out of 110 ones[24].

On July 13, in Uralsk city, regardless of the fact that local authorities blocked the square in the downtown area, people took to the streets anyway and held a spontaneous rally against forced vaccinations[25].

On July 13, in Almaty cith, KIBHR and SZ delivered a statement to the prosecutor of Almaty city on the situation with the participants of the peaceful action on July 6, 2021[26]. Human rights activists have stated that Valikhan Sultanov’s rights have been violated and demanded a prosecutor’s investigation and to ensure respect for V. Sultanov’s rights in accordance with Kazakhstan’s international obligations, including the right to liberty and the right to personal integrity as well as the right to competent legal assistance.

On July 14, the human rights activists of the Activists-Non-Extremists coalition prepared a joint report on the On July 14, the human rights activists of the Activists-Non-Extremists coalition prepared a joint report on the political persecution of Kazakhstani businessman, philanthropist, and human rights activist Barlyk Mendygaziev [27].

On July 14, in Nur-Sultan city, Tastayev Nursultan was sentenced to 15 days of administrative arrest under Article 488, Part 7 of the Administrative Offenses.  

On 14 July in Almaty city, Izbasarov Alimzhan and Dostiyarov Abzal were sentenced to 6 days of administrative arrest for participating in the rally on July 6[28].  

On 15 July, in Uralsk city, Okhasov Orynbay was sentenced to 15 days of administrative arrest under Article 488, Part 11 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for his participation in an unauthorized rally on June 26, 2021.

On July 15, Aktau, Korbakov Merey, the court of appeal heard a complaint of the lawyer of political prisoner Korbakov Merey and changed the charges under Article 380 from Part 2 to Part 1 of the Criminal Code of the RK, replacing the measure of punishment from 5 years of imprisonment to restriction of liberty for a period of 1 year 6 months and 10 days.Since, given the time served, there were about four months of “restriction” left, he was released from the courtroom.

On July 16, in Nur-Sultan city, the Yesil District Court dismissed the claim of Lukpan Akhmedyarov, a journalist of the Uralskaya Nedelya newspaper, against the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan for the recovery of compensation for moral injury based on the decision of the UNHRC in favor of Akhmedyarov Lukpan[29].

On July 16, in Almaty city, B. Toregozhina, President of PF “Ar.Rukh.Hak” published information on the conditions of detention and health of 12 activists remanded in custody under Article 405, Parts 1/2 in Almaty, Nur-Sultan and Aktobe[30] and demanded that the Committee on the Penal System (KUIS) take immediate measures to create proper conditions in the pre-trial detention facilities.

On July 16, in Uralsk city, Azhgaliev Batyrbek and Bisekeshov Demalys were placed under administrative arrest for 5 days each under Article 488, Part 6 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan[31].

On July 16, in Almaty city, Atinbaev Bauyrzhan was placed under arrest for 12 days under Article 488, Part 11 of the Administrative Offences Code of the RK for repeated participation in an unauthorized action on 24-25 June 2021 near the Medeu Police Department.

On July 17, rallies were held in a number of cities in Kazakhstan, 10 people were detained in Aktobe, and three new cities, Pavlodar[32], Kokshetau[33] and Petropavlovsk, also attended the rallies.

July 17, in Mangistau region, Munaylinsky district, Mangistau village, Turdiyeva Ulbolsyn was sentenced to 20 days in prison under Article 73-3, Part 2 of the Administrative Offences Code of the RK for reposting information on a police officer of the Mangistau District Department of Internal Affairs on Facebook.

On July 17, in Aktobe city, Reimov Tanat, Tubetova Ainagul, Sarsengaliyev Akhmet were fined 145,850 tenge each under Article 488, Part 7 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for sending WhatsApp and Instagram messages with the appeal to “The meeting on July 17 at 12:00 all over Kazakhstan in front of Akimats against mandatory vaccination”.

On July 17, in Nur-Sultan city, Bakaeva Asiya was fined 145,850 Tenge under Article 488, Part 11 of the Administrative Offenses Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for participating in a protest on June 14, 2021 in front of the US embassy with the demand to “release political prisoners”.

On July 19, in Almaty city, Abzal-Dostiyarov was sentenced again to 15 days by the administrative court [34].

On July 19, in Martuk village of Aktobe region, Roman Reichert was sentenced to 40 hours of community service under Article 378, Part 1 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan, and to 2 years of restriction of liberty under Article 380, Part 1 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan. He was placed under probation supervision for the entire term of the imposed penalty.

The state recovered procedural costs for the expert examinations in the amount of 4,590 tenge and involuntary payment to the Victims Compensation Fund in the amount of 43,755 tenge (15 MCI).

On July 21, in Almaty city, Baibolat Kunbolat reported about another hacking of his accounts in Facebook social network[35].

On July 21, in Almaty city, the Press Release on the expansion of the list of political prisoners in Kazakhstan was published. It included 3 people: Asylkhan Zhaubatyrov, Bekizhan Mendygaziev and Yerulan Amirov[36].

On July 21, in Zhezkazgan city, Nasyrkhanov Burkitbay was found guilty under Article 405, Part 2 of the Criminal Code of the RK and was sentenced to restriction of liberty for 1 year and 6 months, as well as placement under probation supervision for the entire term of the sentence with deprivation of the right to be engaged in social and political activities for 3 years (including in the media and social networks). He was also ordered to pay an involuntary payment of 27,870 tenge (10 MCI) to the Victims’ Compensation Fund.

On July 22, Mukhtar Ablyazov, leader of the DCK, which was banned by the court, announced rallies near local akimats in various cities on July 31 with the slogan: “We must have a choice!” against the forced vaccination by Sputnik-V[37]. The wave of political persecution, intimidation, arrests, and fines aimed at preventing citizens from attending the announced rallies continued in this connection.

On July 23, in Nur-Sultan city, Sembay Askyar was sentenced to 15 days in prison under Article 488 part 11 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for participation in a picket near the U.S. Embassy on June 14, 2021.

On 23 July, in Nur-Sultan city, Marat Musabayev was sentenced to 10 days of arrest under Article 488, Part 12 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for sending a video message to the WhatsApp group calling for a rally that was held on 31 June 2021.

On 24 July, in Uralsk city, Marua Yeskendirova, was arrested for 20 days under Article 488, Part 11 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for participating in the rally held on June 05, 21.

On 24 July, in Uralsk city, Utebayev Bekbulat, was placed under arrest for 10 days under Article 488, Part 11 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan, for his participation in the rally at the “Glorious Daughters of the Kazakh People” square on June 19, 2021

On July 23, the human rights group “Activists — Not-Extremist” published a list of political persecution related to the peaceful protests of 17 July 2021. The following actions took place in connection with the protests announced by the Democratic Choice of Kazakhstan (“DCK”) movement against the mandatory anti-COVID 19 vaccination and demanding the release of political prisoners: Preventive prosecution (from July 9-to July 16): 24 cases in 14 cities and towns (including 7 administrative arrests up to 15 days). On protest day on July 17: 69 cases in 15 cities and towns (including at least 37 arbitrary detentions, 1 administrative arrest for 20 days, 4 administrative fines up to $ 341)[38].

On July 24, in Aktobe cith, Ainagul Tubetova, was fined 145 850 tenge under Article 488, Part 7 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for calling in social networks for a rally on July 24.2021.

July 25, Aktobe, Sarsengaliyev Akhmet was sentenced to arrest for 7 days under Article 488 Part 7 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan, for calling to attend a demonstration on July 24, 2021 against mandatory anti-COVID19 vaccination.

On July 26, in Atyrau city, the Court of Appeal overturned the verdict of the first instance and passed a new politically motivated conviction, finding guilty under Article 262 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan (“Creation and management of organized group, criminal organization”) and sentencing KSS employees to restriction of liberty: Baurzhan Dzhusupov — to 5.6 years, Dauletyarova Natalya to 7 years, Rinat Batkaev- to 5 years, respectively. This politically motivated persecution is connected with the peaceful human rights and patronage activities of Barlyk Mendygaziev[39].

On July 26, in Nur-Sultan city, Zhunusov Zhanibek, under Article 405 Part 2 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan was found guilty and sentenced to restriction of liberty for 2 years and prohibition on engaging in social and political activities, including the use the media and telecommunication networks for 3 years. He was placed under probation supervision for the entire term of the imposed sentence. Alsо, Zhunusov Zhanibek was sentenced to 100 hours of forced labor each year and to pay 10 MCIs to the Victims’ compensation fund[40].  

On July 26, in Nur-Sultan city, Umirbaev Darkhan was placed under administrative arrest for 7 days under Art. 488, Part 12 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for disseminating information about the rally on May 1, 2021 in the Instagram social network[41].

On July 26, in Nur-Sultan city, Tastayev Nursultan was arrested for 7 days under Article 488 part 12 of the Administrative Offences Code of the RK for dissemination of information in Facebook social network on 10 July 21, to attend the rally on 17 July 2021. 

On July 26, in Nur-Sultan city, Tastayev Nursultan was arrested for 7 days under Article 488 part 12 of the Administrative Offences Code of the RK for dissemination of information in Facebook social network on 10 July 21, to attend the rally on 17 July 2021.

On July 27, a joint statement was made by the human rights group “Activists-Not-Extremists” regarding the situation with the managers of “Karachaganak Support Services” LLP (“KSS”), with the demand to overturn the politically motivated conviction of Baurzhan Dzhusupov, Natalia Dauletyarova and Rinat Batkaev[42].⠀


On July 28, in Karaganda city, Zhanar Sekerbayeva and Gulzada Serzhan, activists of the NGO “Feminita” were threatened by hostile crowds, which disrupted their event. The police were forced to take the participants to a safe location[43].

On 29 July, in Almaty city Beysaliyev Beken, Ashiraliyev Anuar, Kassymbekov Kuramangazy and Shormanov Murat were arrested for a period of 15 to 20 days for participating in a protest action on July 27, 2021 near the Almalinsky Court in support of 13 activists.

On July 29, in Uralsk city, Okhasov Orynbay, without leaving the special detention center, was sentenced to his third arrest in a row under Article 48, Part 11 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan — 20 days in jail for participating in an unauthorized rally on June 30, 2021[44].

On July 30, in Kapchagai city, Aset Abishev, who was found to be a political prisoner, was released from the facility LA-155/14 (Zarechny village) after serving 2/3 of his sentence[45]. In November 2018, the Almaty court sentenced Abishev to four years’ imprisonment for supporting M. Ablyazov.

On July 30, in Almaty city, Khuanysh Doszhan was sentenced to 20 days of arrest under Article 488, Part 11 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for participating in a rally near the Almalinsk court in support of 13 activists. 

On July 30, in Pavlodar city, Elena Mysik was fined 102 095 tenge under Article 488, Part 7 of the Administrative Offenses Code for calling a rally in the WatsApp messenger on 31 July 2021 to protest the mandatory vaccination

On July 30, in Taldykorgan city, Makazhanov Sabyr was found guilty under Article 73-3 (» libel») of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan and fined in the amount of 200 MCI, but the fine was reduced by 30%, because the defendant has underage children[46].

July 30, Almaty, information collected by the PF “Ar.Rukh.Khak” on persecution before the announced rally on July 31 against vaccination. 12 people were administratively liable in the form of arrests and fines[47].

On 31 July, www.kuresker.org published an analytical report on the police preventive persecution of civil activists in Kazakhstan from July 22 to July 31[48].

July 31, Nur-Sultan, Mustafin Sarketpek, was fined 145850 tenge under Article 488 part 7 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan for posting a message in the “Telegram” messenger with an appeal to hold a rally on July 31.

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[40]https://rus.azattyq.org/a/31377643.html?fbclid=IwAR2wlRcWf2024G28ZtEpSpqYLESYvJkymUBpUiGVVzDQ9PHz7pL1S1KZih8

[41]http://tirek.info/presledovaniya-pered-mitingom-31iyulya/

[42]https://bureau.kz/novosti/zayavleniya_i_obrasheniya/sovmestnoe-zayavlenie-po-delu-kss/

[43]https://rus.azattyq.org/a/31383678.html

[44]https://rus.azattyq.org/a/31384404.html

[45]https://rus.azattyq.org/a/31385029.html

[46]https://t.me/AdalSotKz/644?fbclid=IwAR0SBVujnOtnefGzSNaYwQ-LPuOzs6a5uouHt2oMFMfV05LdfOLlR6nx4rI

[47]http://tirek.info/svedeniya-po-administrativnym-arestam-pered-mitingom-31-07-2021/

[48]http://kuresker.org/archives/3918 или http://tirek.info/grazhdanskie-aktivisty-kazahstana-22-31-iyulya-2021/