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Kazakhstan government resigns over election of lower house of parliament

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The Government of Kazakhstan, led by Alikhan Shmailov Referring to the press service of the president, RIA Novosti reported that he resigned before the newly elected lower house of parliament. Kasım-Jomart Tokayev.

“With regard to the resignation of the government of the Republic of Kazakhstan in front of the newly elected Parliamentary Assembly of the Republic of Kazakhstan, I have decided that the government of the Republic of Kazakhstan shall fulfill its duties until the formation of the new government. The Republic of Kazakhstan is ratified,” RIA Novosti quotes the text of Tokayev’s decree.

On March 19, Kazakhstan held elections for the lower house of parliament. According to the election results, the country’s largest party Amanat won 62 out of 98 seats in the parliament. In addition, the eight-seat Auyl parties, the six-seat Respublica and Ak Zhol entered the parliament.

The Kazakhstan People’s Party won five seats and the National Social Democratic Party won four seats in parliament. The remaining seven candidates who entered parliament competed in self-nomination order.

The situation regarding the parliamentary elections in Kazakhstan was previously commented on by the Deputy Secretary General of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). Grigory Logvinov.

Source: Riafan

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