The deputy's younger brother receives billions of money from the "Atamura" publishing house with a state order

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"Atamura" publishing house, engaged in publishing educational and methodical literature, belongs to Rakymgali Kul-Muhammed, the younger brother of Senate deputy Mukhtar Kul-Muhammed. Every year, the publishing house receives hundreds of non-competitive contracts from public schools and administrations, the national portal "Adyrna" reports .

Rakymgali Abraruly is the founder of "Akparat" information agency, "Atamura" newspaper, "Atamura-akparat", "Atamura-press" and polygraph factory.

Mukhtar Abraruly himself was the president of "Atamura" publishing corporation in 1992-1999. After that, he was the Minister of Culture and Information of the Republic of Kazakhstan twice, but he did not return to the position of the head of the publishing house. Currently, the first head and founder of "Atamura" is Kul-Mohammed Rahimgali.