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Strategy Kazakhstan 2050 Presidential Address by Nursultan Nazarbayev, December 14, 2012

Strategy Kazakhstan 2050 Presidential Address by Nursultan Nazarbayev, December 14, 2012

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    Introducing “zero tolerance” principle towards disorder Introducing “zero tolerance” principle towards disorder Document Transcript

    • Introducing “zero tolerance” principle towards disorderThe State should be bound to the zero tolerance policy towards disorder.Developed society starts from discipline and order everywhere: comfortabledoorways, accurate backyards, clean streets and friendly faces.We should not tolerate even the smallest infringements, hooliganism, andincivility as they disturb public order and decrease the quality of life.Feeling of disorder and permissiveness creates grounds for more seriouscrimes. This is why an atmosphere of intolerance to minor infringements isan important step towards enhancing social security and the fight againstthe crime.We need to overcome ignorance of the law and engage society in thepublic order preservation process.We need to connect destructive social behavior with employmentopportunity. We must introduce punishment measures for hooliganbehavior in public places that will be reflected on their criminal files andshould be considered by business at employment and promotion.This must become a normal part of public life