A worthy illustration of the unworthy content hidden under the beautiful sign of those who were going to create democracy.
However, not all was quiet within the SYP itself. The organization began to fall apart after it received a grant from the European Union in the amount of €240,000. The members of the movement managed to receive only the first tranche, after which a split began.
According to the sources, Nurul Rakhimbekov, the chairman of the board of the SYP, quarreled with the members of the board and decided to get rid of them. First of all, from Murat Tungishbayev and Galym Ageleuov, who considered that they also have the right, as members of the board, to participate in the distribution of the funds received.
The grant was allocated to activate youth in the regions of Kazakhstan. At that time, a resource center for youth was already operating in Almaty, but it lasted only three months precisely because of a scandal in the board. There were rumors that a certain Sergey Bondartsev contributed to the collapse of the organization, who seemed to "soldier" Rakhimbekov and set him up for Nurul to lead the organization alone.
As a result, the case went to trial, which was won by Nurul Rakhimbekov, thanks, as they say, to Bondartsev's connections. At the same time, it turned out at the trial, that the remaining 5 million tenge were transferred to Bondartsev's fund and were cashed out.
Already in 2014, Olesya Khalabuzar, the chairman of the board of the SYP, said in an interview with the media that in 2011 a criminal case was opened on the fact of embezzlement of €70,000. Nurul Rakhimbekov was put on the wanted list.
When the ex-head of the SYP was found, "for old services to the organization," the new leadership agreed to peace with him, on the condition of compensation for material damage. After the signing of the settlement agreement, the criminal case was promptly closed, and the investigator stopped communicating with the SYP.
According to Khalabuzar, when they nevertheless managed to get a decision to close the case, they learned that the document contained the fact of compensation for material damage. Which, to put it mildly, was a lie.