Yerlan Stambekov, a deputy of the Majilis of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan, made a video appeal complaining that he was insulted and insulted by Sanzhar Bokaev, a candidate for the deputy who lost in the election. According to him, false words, slander, and insulting words have been imposed on him. The goal is known, to question the results of the election, to deny the victory.
"These days, I am asked by ordinary citizens, my constituents who voted for me in the elections, not to remain silent and to respond to these lies and blatant distortions of facts. Unfortunately, despite the fact that my proxies were at all sites (unlike Bokaev's proxies, who were nowhere), my headquarters did not receive the entire protocol. "Even the ones I have in my hands prove my clear victory," Stambekov said.
Stambekov said that in 1999 and 2004, he took part in elections from a single-mandate district, and as an experienced person, he gave an opportunity to take care of the alphabet, to express his opinion to those who disagree with the results, to check the protocols and to admit defeat. At the end of the speech, in the holy month of Ramadan, he called on his opponent to stop playing dirty games and admit defeat to a real man.