Kazakhstan called a presidential vote in December, a poll likely to be won by President Nursultan Nazarbayev but which the opposition said on Friday could spark protests if it was declared flawed. Nazarbayev has ruled Kazakhstan, a vast but sparsely populated country with rapidly growing oil production, since 1989. The Central Asian state has not held an election judged free and fair by Western poll monitors.Full Story
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