All credit for this video is to BBC ( https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0b72z4l/credits ) the HARDtalk programme ( https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg2m ) First shown: 20 Jun 2018. The *original* description for the video from bbc.co.uk: Kazakhstan's shiny new capital city Astana tells you plenty about the country's oil wealth and its big ambition to be Central Asia's regional powerhouse. But all of this can't mask a nagging question: what happens in this country when the long-serving president Nursultan Nazarbayev finally leaves power? HARDtalk's Stephen Sackur talks to the chairman of the Kazakh Senate and de facto number two to the president, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev. Is Kazakhstan tiring of one-party rule? All the copyrights and whatnot is theirs too. I take no credit and/or responsibility for this video at all. It is here only for educational and historical reasons. I hope you folks can watch this and welcome you to comment in the appropriate section below. This video needed to be on YouTube - as the content is unlikely to be ever shown on Kazakhstani national TV in any other way. More of them, Kazakhstani nationals, need to watch their corrupt, kleptocratic, stone-age feodal Gov challenged, their *supreme leader* Nazarbayev called for what he really is - an autocratic dictator, a tyrant with wealth worth more than $100B, appropriated or stolen from his people. All these unpopular views are unheard of on national/state TV. So let this be posted out here, in the name of freedom of information.