Protests in Kazakhstan: blocking the Internet, shutting down taxi services

Protests in Kazakhstan: blocking the Internet, shutting down taxi services

In Kazakhstan, against the background of protests over the price of liquefied gas, the Internet of mobile operators began to be disconnected. In addition, there are problems with access to instant messengers.

According to Interfax, protests have engulfed almost the entire country. People take to the streets to protest against the rise in gas prices. It is noted that since January 1, prices for liquefied gas in the country have doubled.

Citizens demand the resignation of the government and ex-President Nazarbayev's withdrawal from politics. It is also reported that the Yandex.Taxi application was turned off in Almaty, and detentions began there. The first shots are reported.

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