1 The Kazakhstan Of 1992

The Kazakhstan Of 1992

Posted on November 23, 2011 by

We continue to cover the events which happened in Kazakhstan after the disintegration of the Soviet Union. You can read Part 1 here.

So, 1992, government began to introduce reforms and mend diplomatic relations. First welfare aid was rendered. Common people set more down-to-earth aims for themselves – to survive. They did not receive their salaries for months. Unemployment, inflation, adjustment… these were terms familiar to everybody, including children.

Miners of the Karaganda Coal Field had been on strike since December 9th, 1991 till January 16th, 1992. Workers did not believe that their salaries would be raised by 2, as promised.


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One Response to “The Kazakhstan Of 1992”

  1. Very interesting.

    That’s how you do it: you pick up the pieces and make the best out of them.

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