Institute of Social-Political Researches announced the results of its exit poll during Kazakhstan parliamentary elections.
Kazakhstan Central Election Commission has announced preliminary results of the parliamentary elections.
According to preliminary calculations parliamentary elections voter turnout in Kazakhstan made 75.1 percent.
At 8 p.m. Astana time most of the regions of Kazakhstan completing voting in the elections of the Majilis and Maslikhats.
As of 4 p.m. on January 15 6.223.525 people in Kazakhstan cast their ballots. This is 66.9 percent of the overall number of voters.
By 2 p.m. Astana time voter turnout in Kazakhstan made 55.5 percent.
By noon Astana time voter turnout reached 35.3 percent.
The Central Election Commission of Kazakhstan has announced first turnout results.
Today Kazakhstan is electing member of the Majilis (lower chamber of the Parliament), and Maslikhats (local representative authorities).
The press-service will be reporting on the voter turnover every two hours: CEC.
SCO observers watched TV-debates of Kazakhstan parties and shared their opinions at the meeting in the Central Election Commission.
January 11 Kazakhstan Central Election Commission adopted a new decree on elections in Zhanaozen.
Six candidates from four parties have been excluded from party lists of the upcoming Majilis elections
Political debates will be held on Kazakhstan TV on January 12.
Reshuffling is expected in Kazakhstan in the nearest time in relation to the coming parliamentary elections.
The ODIHR/OSCE is going to publish a preliminary report on the course of the election campaign in Kazakhstan on January 5.
Chairman of Kazakhstan Central Election Commission told the CIS observers about the election campaigning in Zhanaozen.
Kazakhstan Central Election Commission has registered another 145 observers.
Kazakhstan General Prosecutor Askhat Daulbayev met with the head of the ODIHR EOM Miklos Haraszti in Astana.
Clashes in Mangistau oblast have created “quite a complicated background for the coming elections”: Secretary of State.