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Head of CIS observers mission Sergey Lebedev.
CIS observers tagged Kazakhstan Senate elections open and transparent

Observers of the CIS mission have concluded that the Kazakhstan Senate elections complied with the country’s legislation.

CIS observers tagged Kazakhstan Senate elections open and transparent
Chairman of the CEC Kuandyk Turgankulov. ©Maksim Popov
Preliminary results of Senate election

Preliminary lists of the new Senators have been made available.

Preliminary results of Senate election
Illustration by tengrinews.kz
Voting at Senate elections completed in most of Kazakhstan

The final results will be announced by the CEC today, August 19, at 5:00 p.m. Astana time.

Voting at Senate elections completed in most of Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan Senate. Photo by Vladimir Dmitriyev
Kazakhstan Senate elections are held in "calm and serious" atmosphere

No violations were registered during elections to Kazakhstan Senate as of 11 a.m. August 19.

Kazakhstan Senate elections are held in "calm and serious" atmosphere
Akhan Bizhanov. Photo courtesy of kazpravda.kz
Akhan Bizhanov elected as Senator from Almaty

The majority of Almaty Maslikhat voted for Akhan Bizhanov at Senate deputies elections.

Akhan Bizhanov elected as Senator from Almaty
Illustration by tengrinews.kz
Kazakhstan Senate elections are held today

Voting of Maslikhat deputies of different levels started at 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Astana time in 16 regions of the country.

Kazakhstan Senate elections are held today
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Number of Senate candidates went down to 39

Seven out of 46 contestants of Kazakhstan Senate seats withdrew.

Number of Senate candidates went down to 39
CEC. ©Vladimir Dmitriyev
Kazakhstan CEC accredited 60 international observers for Senate elections

Kazakhstan CEC accredited 60 observers from international organization for elections of Senate deputies scheduled for August 19.

Kazakhstan CEC accredited 60 international observers for Senate elections
Senate candidates start campaigning July 30
Senate candidates start campaigning July 30

The CEC has registered a total of 52 candidates (against 47 in 2005 and 50 in 2008). Candidates registration in Aktyubinsk oblast is not closed yet.

Senate candidates start campaigning July 30
The Central Election Commission. Photo by Vladimir Dmitriyev©
Kazakhstan CEC made an exception for Aktobe oblast

Deadlines for nomination and registration of candidates to the Kazakhstan Senate have been put off for Aktobe oblast.

Kazakhstan CEC made an exception for Aktobe oblast
Photo by Vladimir Dmitriyev©
Nomination of Senate candidates completed in Kazakhstan

Nominarion period has finished. Registration of candidates will last until July 29.

Nomination of Senate candidates completed in Kazakhstan
Photo courtesy of newskaz.ru
No money for early Majilis elections: Chairman of the Kazakhstan’s Central Election Commission

According to him, elections to the Majilis and maslikhats [local representative bodies] will be held in 2012.

No money for early Majilis elections: Chairman of the Kazakhstan’s Central Election Commission
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54 Kazakhstan Senate candidates registered

The total number of contenders, both registered and unregistered, is currently 86.

54 Kazakhstan Senate candidates registered
Senate. Photo courtesy of parlam.kz
19 Senate seats are up for elections in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan's Central Election Commission has approved the calendar plan of the Senate elections.

19 Senate seats are up for elections in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan Senate elections set for August 19
Kazakhstan Senate elections set for August 19

Nursultan Nazarbayev appointed Kazakhstan Parliamentary elections for August 19.

Kazakhstan Senate elections set for August 19
Karim Massimov
Massimov congratulated Turkish Prime-Minister on his party's victory in elections

Karim Massimov congratulated his Turkish counterpart with the victory of his Party of Justice and Development in the parliamentary elections.

Massimov congratulated Turkish Prime-Minister on his party's victory in elections
90 percent in Kazakhstan trust Nazarbayev
90 percent in Kazakhstan trust Nazarbayev

Sociologists published results of the survey held in the mid April in 16 major cities of Kazakhstan. 88.8% trust President Nursultan Nazarbayev, 65.5% trust Prime-Minister Karim Massimov, 61.1% trust the Government.

90 percent in Kazakhstan trust Nazarbayev