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Kazakhstan government has approved all the high priority programs for 2012.
Bottom prices of filter cigarettes have been raised from 60-70 tenge to 90-100 tenge ($0.61-0.68) for a pack.
Kazakhstan has improved its positions in the UN e-Government Survey: Karim Massimov.
Kazakhstan affordable housing will cost from 70 to 90 thousand tenge ($470-610) per one square meter.
Karim Massimov signed a joint statement of Kazakhstan government and the National Bank on the economic policy in 2012.
The program will be launched in 2013, 6 directions have been developed for implementation.
In a statement January 27, 2012 President Nazarbayev instructed Head of Samruk-Kazyna Sovereign Wealth Fund, “to optimize the headcount of ministries, regional governors’ offices”.
Kazakhstan Vice-Minister of Industry and New Technologies Bakhytzhan Dzhaksaliyev presented amendments in the Majilis.
The presidential press service reported on new appointments.
Kazakhstan’s electronic government has issued over 10 million certificates since its launch.
Kazakhstan reshuffles its government and governors, eliminates one ministry and transforms two other agencies.
The majilismen are expected to form the governing bodies of the chamber and take a motion of no/confidence in the current Government.
Kazakhstan President’s son-in-law Timur Kulibayev has good chances to run for presidency in future: President's adviser.
Pensions have been increased by 9% starting from January 2012 in Kazakhstan.
Fuel prices will not change in January 2012.
At the same sitting, the President urged public bodies and national companies to introduce stricter cost-cutting measures, renouncing lavish events, conferences and presentations.
Kazakhstan Government will resign right after the early Majilis elections of January 15, 2012.
One third of the population in Kazakhstan has never heard of the law on “Religious activities and religious groups,” recently signed by the head of the state.
U.S. Ambassador to Kazakhstan Kenneth J. Fairfax gave a speech during celebration of the 50th anniversary of USAID.
Karim Massimov warned MPs that deterioration of the situation in the world economy is inevitable and Parliament will be required to act courageously and decisively.