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WHY DID THE GOVERNMENT ACKNOLEDGE THE ILLEGAL CRIMEAN REFERENDUM INSTEAD OF SUPPORTING UKRAINE? There is the threat of annexation of parts of Kazakstan and Subordination to the so called Customs Union.


Next municipal elections: 20 August 2017 - last municipal elections: 10 October 2012
Last parliamentary elections: 19 September & 03 October 2004 for Senate and Majlis
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Prime Minister Daniyal Akhmetov since June 2003
Last presidential elections: 04.12.2015 - next elections : December 2020 - current president since 01.12.1991

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  • KAZAKH FOREIGN MINISTER REITERATES CALL FOR CENTRAL ASIAN UNION. Speaking at the second day of the seventh annual Eurasian Media Forum in Almaty, Foreign Minister Marat Tazhin reiterated on April 25 the Kazakh proposal to form a union of Central Asian states, saying that it would encourage trade and economic cooperation, Interfax-Kazakhstan reported. He added that such a union would be based on the principles of "voluntarism, pragmatism, and social support" for the integration process, and would also lead to the formation of a "free-trade zone" in the region. During his recent state visit to Kazakhstan (see "RFE/RL Newsline," April 23, 2008), Uzbek President Islam Karimov expressed his opposition to the proposed union of Central Asian states, while Kyrgyz President Kurmanbek Bakiev has expressed support for the plan (see "RFE/RL Newsline," April 18, 2008). Tazhin further hailed on April 25 the bilingual nature of the media in Kazakhstan, noting that Russian-language media outlets face no obstacles, Kazakhstan Today and ITAR-TASS reported. He added that the Kazakh-language media is also developing, but not at the expense of the Russian-language press, adding that there are 467 Kazakh-language, 874 Russian-language, and 879 bilingual newspapers currently in print in Kazakhstan, with another 328 newspapers offered in the 40 different languages of local ethnic groups. He also cited Kazakh state support and subsidies for newspapers in the German, Korean, Ukrainian, and Uyghur languages. RFE/RL Newsline 28.04.2008
  • KAZAKHSTAN'S EDUCATION MINISTRY OUTLINES SCHEDULE FOR TRANSITION TO LATIN ALPHABET. The Education Ministry released on July 23 a preliminary assessment of the measures and timeframe required to switch from the Cyrillic to the Latin alphabet, as proposed in October 2006 at a session of the Assembly of Peoples of Kazakhstan by President Nursultan Nazarbaev, fergana.ru and RBK reported on July 23 and 24, respectively (see "RFE/RL Newsline," October 25, 2006). The ministry calculated the transition would be implemented in five stages over a period of 12-15 years and would cost an estimated $294 million. Republishing existing textbooks and classical literature in the new alphabet would take an additional 20-30 years. RFE/RL Newsline 24.07.2007
  • NEW SCRIPT IN KAZAKSTAN. In a speech at Kazakstan State University, President Nursultan Nazarbayev announced that Kazakstan considers switching the script from cyrillic to latin. ITAR-TASS - 06.01.1998
  • Like in Ukraine, Caucasus and the Volga Region in Kazakhstan millions of Kazakhs died from a Soviet-planned famine in the 1930s. The Soviet authorities wanted to eliminate nomad lifestyle and abandoned agriculture for industry. One fourth of the Kazakh population died at that time.

                                  
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