Combining the Majilis (Parliament) and Maslikhat (regional administrations) elections will help save over 4 billion tenge ($27.2 million).
The total number of polling stations abroad will make 56: Foreign Ministry.
According to him, the society and the political elite “have been accumulating expectations of large-scaled changes”.
Three or five percent would not be a subject of bargaining. We just need to study the world practice: CEC Chairman.
The new Majilis is likely to be headed by Nurlan Nigmatulin.
Many of the former members of the Majilis who signed the request to dissolve the Chamber did not get into Nur Otan's candidates list.
Senator Gani Kassymov asked to lower the barrier for parties to obtain parliament seats from 7 to 3 percent.
Over 64 percent of Kazakhstan citizens are going to vote for Nur Otan party at the coming parliamentary elections: poll.
Parliamentary elections to be held in Kazakhstan in January have to help stop domination of one party in the country's political system: Nazarbayev.
Kazakhstan Central Election Commission will increase state support to political parties and candidates in 2011.
Kazakhstan Government will resign right after the early Majilis elections of January 15, 2012.
Sailau electronic voting system will not be used for parliamentary elections in Kazakhstan in 2012.
Finance Minister does not rule out that dissolving of the Majilis and forming of a new chamber may cause the Kazakhstan government to resign.
I will consider a decree to dismiss the Majilis and call an early election: President Nazarbayev.
November 15 Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev discussed elections to Majilis.
Earlier Tengrinews.kz reported, citing Mr. Ertysbayev that early Majilis (lower chamber) elections are likely to take place January 15.
According to Ermukhamet Ertysbayev, Majilis deputies are taking the right position: Kazakhstan is entering its third decade since independence and we can enter the new stage with a new Parliament and a new Government.
Next year Kazakhstan is entering a new decade since independence (…) it is important to enter this new stage with a renewed Government and Parliament: Majilisman Sabilyanov.
In April Ermukhamet Ertysbayev, advisor to the President, told Kazakhstan might run early Parliament elections. However, President Nazarbayev refuted the speculation, saying that elections to the country’s Majilis would be held in 2012.
The average age of newly elected Kazakhstan senators made 56.5 years.