Plot Protests in Kazakhstan amid rising gas prices
Access to wired Internet has been restored in Nur-Sultan, TASS reports.
At the same time, the mobile Internet & nbsp; is not working yet.
Service for monitoring blocking in the CIS GlobalCheck reports on Telegram that Kazakhtelecom turned on the Internet in some regions of Kazakhstan.
Since January 2, there have been & nbsp; massive protests & nbsp; against the rise in prices for liquefied gas. In different cities of the republic, riots are observed on the streets. There are & nbsp; dead & nbsp; and & nbsp; injured, cases of & nbsp; looting were recorded.
The Internet was turned off throughout Kazakhstan, and a number of TV channels temporarily stopped broadcasting. The state of emergency was introduced in the republic until January 19.