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New Kazakhstan President calls snap elections for June (09.04.2019)

Kazakhstan's President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev on Tuesday called a snap election for June as the Central Asian nation seeks a new leader following the shock resignation of its longtime ruler.

A president called Tokayev. A future called Nursultan (20.03.2019)

At the start of this week, Kazakhstan had a capital city called Astana and a president called Nursultan. Now, it has a capital called Nursultan and a president called Kassym-Jomart Tokayev.

Kazakh president Nazarbaev abruptly resigns, but will retain key roles (19.03.2019)

Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbaev has abruptly resigned after nearly 30 years in office, but will continue to head the ruling party and keep his lifetime post as chairman of the influential Security Council.

EU lawmakers call on Kazakhstan to 'stop political repression' (14.03.2019)

European lawmakers have adopted a resolution urging Kazakhstan to "respect human rights and fundamental freedoms." The text passed in the European Parliament on March 14 calls on the Kazakh authorities to "put an end to human rights abuses and all forms of political repression," noting that the...

CSTO rift grows between Moscow and Astana (06.08.2017)

Kazakhstan's emphatic refusal to deploy peacekeepers to Syria contrasted markedly with Kyrgyzstan's openness to a potential deployment, and reveals a growing rift between Astana and Moscow over the mandate of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO).

Nazarbaev signs law barring 'ordinary' Kazakhs from seeking presidency (11.07.2017)

Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbaev has signed into law a measure that bars people without previous government experience from running for president.

Kazakh president's party wins 82 percent of vote in parliamentary elections (24.03.2016)

Kazakhstan’s election authorities say President Nursultan Nazarbaev's Nur Otan party has won 82.15 percent of the vote in the March 20 parliamentary elections.

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