Alexandre Keltchewsky

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Those Central Asian countries call on their traditions but were also very quick to adapt to mobile phones and computers. Apparently though it's more difficult for them to adapt to concepts such as the respect of human rights, civil freedoms and free elections. It's a problem of mentality and a problem of power, particularly in Central Asia. There, you must be aware that with perhaps the exception of Kyrgyzstan, which is starting to make progress in that domain, none of these countries has really put in place a system whereby power changes hands regularly.
Nov 26 2010
Alexandre Keltchewsky has most recently been quoted in an article called OSCE summit looks to the fringes of Europe. Alexandre Keltchewsky said, “Those Central Asian countries call on their traditions but were also very quick to adapt to mobile phones and computers. Apparently though it's more difficult for them to adapt to concepts such as the respect of human rights, civil freedoms and free elections. It's a problem of mentality and a problem of power, particularly in Central Asia. There, you must be aware that with perhaps the exception of Kyrgyzstan, which is starting to make progress in that domain, none of these countries has really put in place a system whereby power changes hands regularly.”.
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