The existence of anti corruption organizations in Kazakhstan has not helped much in alleviating corruption. This can be seen as the implications of Young’s social change theory which stipulates that piecemeal and gradual implementation of anti corruption strategies doesn’t lead to an effective outcomes since corruption agents will eventually spill over areas under control of the anti corruption force 88 89. This is further aided by Rothstein assertion, explained earlier that people attitudes about the effectiveness of anti corruption agents determines the efficacy of the fight against corruption90. Rothstein assertion seems to agree with a survey which was conducted by sociologist in Kazakhstan. In this survey, it was found out that as much as 22% of Kazakhstani’s public tolerates corruption since they do not trust the efforts of government anti corruption efforts91. As explained above most of the international civil societies working in Kazakhstan accuse the Kazakhstan executive of wilding too much power to the extent of its benefits from corruption

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