Western-based tycoon announces plan for Kazakhstan ‘regime change'
Added 01-18-22 02:37:02am EST - “A Kazakh businessman living in France, described as the country's "opposition leader" by US state-run media, has announced that he has a plan to take over the nation with the help of Western powers.” - Rt.com
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A Kazakh businessman living in France, described as the country's "opposition leader" by US state-run media, has announced that he has a plan to take over the nation with the help of Western powers.
Mukhtar Ablyazov, a Kazakh financier and political activist who has been living abroad for the past decade, told RIA Novosti that he is planning to return to the Central Asian nation, despite having been convicted in absentia for ordering the murder of a business partner in 2004.
“We have made a plan, we will achieve regime change,” Ablyazov said in an interview published on Monday. “I’m going to fly in and will lead a temporary government of Kazakhstan for half a year. After that we will hold elections. If our party wins those elections, then I will become the legitimate prime minister. There will be no such thing as the president. We will liquidate that office.”
The banker claimed that this could take place in the near future, and added that he plans to appeal for help from Western governments.
Abkyazov has been dubbed Kazakhstan's "opposition leader," by RFE/RL, an American state-run media concern which is charter bound to "provide a surge capacity to support United States foreign-policy objectives during crises abroad.”
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