Kazakhstan unveils data of elections to Senate

President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev signed a decree to hold elections of deputies of the Senate of Parliament on January 14, 2023, APA reports citing the Kazinform.

He has signed a decree “On the appointment of elections of deputies of the Senate of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan for January 14, 2023” in connection with the expiration of the constitutional term of office of the Senate deputies in 2023,

According to the sub-paragraph of 2 of Article 44 of the Kazakh Constitution, Articles 69 of the Constitutional Law of Kazakhstan of September 28, 1995, on Elections due to the termination of the constitutional terms of mandates of Senate deputies, I decree to hold January 14 elections to the Senate.

The decree instructs the government, mayors of the cities of Astana, Almaty and Shymkent, regions to take measures for organizational, logistical and financial support of the elections of deputies of the Senate of the Kazakh Parliament.

In elections to the Senate, in accordance with the law, authorized electors, that is, deputies of the local representative body, cast their votes.

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