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Kazakhstan: Misused National Symbols

Blogger Bahytzhan Bukharbayev reports [ru] that Kazakhstan's national symbols – flag, coat of arms, and anthem – are frequently misused and misrepresented, causing the country a lot of embarrassment. The blogger proposes:

People should be punished for displaying the coat of arms on garbage trucks and for using the national flag as a construction tool or toy bag.

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