Asia (bbabo.net), - President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev noted the threat posed by destructive ideology spread on social networks. He stated this during his speech at an extended meeting of the board of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the press service of the Kazakh leader reports.
As Tokayev noted, the younger generation is led by dubious ideas and follows pseudo-heroes.
“Destructive ideology poses a great threat, especially for the younger generation, which is led by dubious ideas and follows pseudo-heroes. Materials are being distributed on social networks that encourage young people to engage in illegal activities. There are even those who raise idols to people who openly flout the laws. Our citizens must stand up against lawlessness, and that means we need strong immunity to any wrongdoing. We must resist attempts to justify destructive, asocial behavior and prevent legal nihilism,” said the head of Kazakhstan.
He added that low legal literacy leads to serious negative consequences, hinders the development of the country and affects the image of the state.
An extended meeting of the board of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan was held on March 22 in Astana under the chairmanship of the head of state.