Political analysts explain high voter turnout in the presidential election in Kazakhstan and predict future developments in the Central Asian country.
International observers from the CIS have shared their impressions about the presidential election in Kazakhstan.
During the ceremony of announcing the results of the exit polls, President Nursultan Nazarbayev promised to work with renewed vigor in moving Kazakhstan to join the 30 most developed.
This year's election in Kazakhstan will be remembered for crowding due to high voter turnout, the use of social media and Internet, and an unlikely celebrity observer at one of Astana's polling stations.
Two experts explained high voter turnout in the Kazakh presidential election and the choice made by the people of Kazakhstan.
Nursultan Nazarbayev has gathered 97.7% votes in the presidential elections according to the preliminary data of the Central Election Commission of Kazakhstan.
Nazarbayev has gained over 97% of votes in the presidential elections in Kazakhstan.
Voting in the presidential elections in Kazakhstan has ended.
Nearly 90 percent of voters have cast their ballots in the presidential elections in Kazakhstan today, April 26.
Over 80 of Kazakhstanis eligible to vote have cast their voted in the presidential elections of April 26 by 4 p.m.
Prominent political figures of Kazakhstan have cast their votes in today’s presidential elections.
41.69 percent of all the voters in Kazakhstan have cast their ballots by noon in the April 26 presidential elections.
Hillary Clinton and Marco Rubio are early frontrunners to become the next president of the United States.
The Central Election Commission of Kazakhstan assures of data safety ahead of presidential election in the country.
Chairman of the National Commission for Control over Elections Nurlan Yerimbetov urged Kazakhstanis to take an active part in the upcoming elections in Kazakhstan on April 26.
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Voter turnout for the upcoming presidential elections is expected to be at 70 percent, according to the Information and Analysis Center in Almaty.
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