Vladimir Kozlov has been remanded in prison for
Satrap Nazarbayev frees his political opponent. Vladimir Kozlov released from prison
Vladimir Kozlov, Kazakh dissident and leader of the biggest opposition party "Alga" was released from prison after nearly five years spent behind bars.
The court issued decision on early release of political prisoner Vladimir Kozlov
On 4 August, 2016, the Kapshagai City Court of Almaty Province ordered the conditional release of opposition politician Vladimir Kozlov. The court decision will come into force in 15 days.
‘The Zhanaozen list’ should end the impunity of perpetrators guilty of torture
Four years ago, on 16 December, 2011, in the Kazakh city of Zhanaozen, riot police opened fire with live ammunition on the backs of unarmed oil workers, who had been protesting for higher wages and better working conditions for seven months.
Kozlov: when released from prison, I want to continue my activity as a human rights defender
A video interview between a Kazakh blogger and activist, Galym Ageleuov, and Vladimir Kozlov has recently been published online. At the beginning of August, the leader of Kazakh opposition celebrated his 55th birthday. Fourth in a row spent behind bars.
In a shocking decision, French Government Decrees Extradition of Kazakh dissident Mukhtar Ablyazov to Russia
The French government has decided to extradite Mukhtar Ablyazov, Kazakh dissident and key figure of the political opposition to incumbent Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev, to Russia.
Kazakhstan: End punitive prison conditions for imprisoned journalist Vladimir Kozlov
PEN International and the Open Dialog Foundation deplore the current situation of Vladimir Kozlov, a Kazakh journalist, human rights defender and a leader of Alga!, a political opposition party, who is currently serving a seven-and-half-year prison sentence for ‘inciting social discord’.
In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act