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In Kazakhstan, 1,822 criminal cases were initiated after the mass riots that took place in January, Akorda's press service reported, Sputnik Kazakhstan reports.

President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev held a meeting with the heads of some government agencies - with the leadership of the presidential administration, the Security Council, the Prosecutor General's Office, the KNB, the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Tokayev was informed about the fulfillment of instructions aimed at stabilizing the situation in the country.

“According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, in total, 1,822 criminal cases were initiated on the facts of terrorism, murders, violence against government officials, hooliganism, attacks on government buildings and other crimes, 116 of them were transferred to special prosecutors,” the website said in a statement.

Helplines have been launched under the Internal Security Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. To prevent violations of the constitutional rights of detainees, close cooperation has been established with human rights organizations.

Prosecutor General told how prosecutors ensure the rights of detainees and arrested persons. According to Nurdauletov, all of them are provided with the right to protection and legal assistance, complaints are carefully checked. The prosecutor's office received 84 complaints from participants in the process. Under supervision measures, 96 detained citizens were released.

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