The guardian: Tony Blair's Kazakhstan role has failed to improve human rights, activists say
Situation has deteriorated since former prime minister began advising on good governance, according to Kazakh opposition leader.
Tony Blair's multimillion-pound deal to advise Kazakhstan's leadership on good governance has produced no change for the better or advance of democratic rights in the authoritarian nation, freedom campaigners say.
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