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Kazakhstan, Central Asia
Population: 18,157,000
Chief of State: President Nursultan A. Nazarbayev
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Karim Massimov
Christians: 21.8%
Evangelical Christians: 0.6%
Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam
Persecution Ranking: 34th
Life Expectancy: 70.55 Years
Literacy Rate: 99.7%
Population Below Poverty Line: 5.3%
Refugees Living in Kazakhstan: 7,764

Pray for Kazakhstan - facebook page

In the World Justice Project’s 2019 Rule of Law Index, Kazakhstan is rated very low at 95 out of 126 nations. The US Department of State reported that bribes are paid for favorable court rulings in the majority of criminal cases. Though there is technically freedom of association, the UN report to the Human Rights Council said that this freedom is not extended to political parties, public associations, trade unions, and religious associations, including churches. Today we bless the Church in Kazakhstan to be free from guilt, shame and condemnation. Instead they may experience the joy and fellowship from meeting together despite the risks of state reprisals (The Bible, 1 Thessalonians 5:11).

On Human Rights in Kazakhstan (International Policy Digest)

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Kazakhstan, Central Asia
Population: 18,157,000
Chief of State: President Nursultan A. Nazarbayev
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Karim Massimov
Christians: 21.8%
Evangelical Christians: 0.6%
Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam
Persecution Ranking: 34th
Life Expectancy: 70.55 Years
Literacy Rate: 99.7%
Population Below Poverty Line: 5.3%
Refugees Living in Kazakhstan: 7,764

Pray for Kazakhstan - facebook page

In the World Justice Project’s 2019 Rule of Law Index, Kazakhstan is rated very low at 95 out of 126 nations. The US Department of State reported that bribes are paid for favorable court rulings in the majority of criminal cases. Though there is technically freedom of association, the UN report to the Human Rights Council said that this freedom is not extended to political parties, public associations, trade unions, and religious associations, including churches. Today we bless the Church in Kazakhstan to be free from guilt, shame and condemnation. Instead they may experience the joy and fellowship from meeting together despite the risks of state reprisals (The Bible, 1 Thessalonians 5:11).

On Human Rights in Kazakhstan (International Policy Digest)