Prosecutor General of Kazakhstan Askhat Daulbayev has paid a visit to the UK to sign a memorandum of understanding on legal cooperation.
Finland's parliament voted in favour of same-sex marriage in a victory for campaigners who gathered thousands of signatures to force parliament to examine the issue.
Kazakhstan may introduce a ban on energy drinks.
The Kazakhstan Parliament has ratified the Agreement on Extradition of Convicts between Kazakhstan and Italy.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro wrapped up a year of congressionally granted "superpowers" by decreeing 28 new laws.
Kazakhstan has changed its legislature to huminize the justice system by differentiating between crimincal misdemeanor and criminal offence. The first is supposed to be punished by arrest but there are no detention homes in Kazakhstan. Even more, the courts will gain the right to order arrest for misdemeanors only starting January 1, 2017. That is, two years from now.
The OECD has issued several new recommendations to Kazakhstan in its fight against corruption.
Electronic tagging devices may be developed locally in Kazakhstan by its space agency Kazcosmos.
Kazakhstani Senate has questioned the safety and security of electronic tagging devices.
The ongoing campaign of legalization of property and capital in Kazakhstan has already revealed seven new millionaires.
United Nations will help Kazakhstan to develop electronic government as Kazakh government ratifies agreement on cooperation.
Kazakh Senate Speaker Tokayev has called onto organizers of forums in Astana to economize.
Vice-Minister of National Economy of Kazakhstan said the government was intending to reduce state involvement in the business sector.
Kazakh Lower Chamber MP asked the head of the Anti-Corruption Agency about ways to improve Kazakhstan's rating in the Transparency International Corruption Perception Index.
A Chinese delegation has come to Kazakhstan to discuss governance and corruption.
Hungary's parliament adopted a law compelling banks to pay compensation to borrowers hit by past interest rate hikes on loans deemed unfair by authorities.
The Turkish government announced it was lifting a ban on female students wearing the Islamic headscarf at high schools.
Catalonia's regional parliament passed a law that its leaders say will authorise them to hold a non-binding "consultation" on independence from Spain.
A ranking Kazakhstani official raised the topic of preventing some foreign channels from broadcasting in Kazakhstan.
A third of the surveyed Kazakhstanis do no believe in the effectiveness of combating corruption in Kazakhstan.
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