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A humoristic anti-corruption campaign in Kazakhstan's Kostanai turns sour?
Experts discuss the replacement of Akim of Almaty Akhmetzhan Yessimov with a young career official Baurzhan Baibek.
A comprehensive plan to implement Nazarbayev's five reforms has been released in Kazakhstan.
President of Kazakhstan says that wages should be paid to civil servants based on performance and that the country provides ample opportunities to hard-working people.
Anti-corruption Agency of Kazakhstan is considering cooperation with foreign experts in order to fulfill the 5 institutional reforms proposed by Nazarbayev.
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has addressed young people in Astana and urged them to help build the civil service based on meritocracy in Kazakhstan.
A Chinese delegation has come to Kazakhstan to discuss governance and corruption.
Tengrinews has interviewed Kazakhstani political experts about the effects of the government reorganisation.
Kazakhstan President Nazarbayev said that civil servants were the primary source of various rumours.
Kazakhstan has abolished its Financial Police. President Nazarbayev made the announcement.
A nationwide anti-corruption movement Zhanaru was initiated in Kazakhstan in the beginning of this year.
At the Parliament meeting the amendments to the 2014 budget included increase of expenses on a number of state programs.
The Greek parliament voted late Sunday to adopt a law that provides for the dismissal of 15,000 civil servants as part of austerity measures imposed by the country's international creditors.
"Politics is an ugly business," says an official in Chinese author Wang Xiaofang's novel, The Civil Servant's Notebook. "You always need to keep a knife in reserve, even for your own boss."
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