Central Election Commission named the sums spent by presidential candidates on their election campaigns.
14 april 2011, 10:47Kazakhstan presidential candidates spent 500 million tenge on election campaigns
11 april 2011, 17:27Yertysbayev mulls voluntary dissolution of Parliament
08 april 2011, 18:22UAE Sheikhs congratulate Nazarbayev
08 april 2011, 17:42Parliament elections to be held in 2012
08 april 2011, 16:57Karim Massimov appointed for new tenure
08 april 2011, 16:38Most important day for Kazakhstan: Massimov
08 april 2011, 16:01Kulibayev positive on Massimov and his Cabinet’s work
08 april 2011, 14:58Kazakhstan PM Candidate to be announced today
08 april 2011, 12:41Nazarbayev addresses to Kazakhstan following his inauguration
08 april 2011, 11:43Nursultan Nazarbayev takes oath of office
08 april 2011, 11:21President’s inaugural speech a momentous occasion for the country
06 april 2011, 15:24OSCE Chairperson-in-Office congratulated Kazakhstan on successful elections
06 april 2011, 13:23Inauguration of President Nazarbayev to be held April 8
05 april 2011, 21:50Sarkozy congratulated Nazarbayev on his victory
05 april 2011, 20:50Nursultan Nazarbayev received 95.55 percent of votes
05 april 2011, 17:02CEC denies that inauguration will be held April 8
05 april 2011, 16:23Nazarbayev to be inaugurated in Astana April 8
04 april 2011, 22:40CIS observers tagged Kazakhstan elections democratic
04 april 2011, 22:33Medvedev congratulated Nazarbayev on his victory
04 april 2011, 22:16Exit poll: Akhmetbekov is second in Astana
04 april 2011, 21:43Public Election Observation Commission counted voters
04 april 2011, 21:27Zhambyl Akhmetbekov: We keep working
04 april 2011, 21:19Kasymov consideres participating in Parliamentary elections
04 april 2011, 17:00ODIHR/OSCE detailed report on elections to be available in June
04 april 2011, 15:39Turkic speaking states observers: CEC worked transparently
04 april 2011, 15:36Elections results reflect voters’ will: PACE
04 april 2011, 13:393000-seat stadium is celebrating Nazarbayev
04 april 2011, 11:30Institute of Democracy announces exit polls results
04 april 2011, 11:21Preliminary results of presidential elections
03 april 2011, 23:32Preliminary voter turnout stands at 89.9%
03 april 2011, 22:27Turkey called Kazakhstan’s policies the foundation of stability
03 april 2011, 21:43US observers speak about elections in Kazakhstan
03 april 2011, 21:32Presidential elections closed in Kazakhstan
03 april 2011, 20:22Сandidate Yeleusizov explained why he voted for Nazarbayev
03 april 2011, 20:19Presidential elections over in most Kazakhstan’s regions
03 april 2011, 19:4284% voter turnout by 6:30 p.m.
03 april 2011, 17:395 527 Kazakh citizens voted abroad by 4 p.m.
03 april 2011, 17:3176.9% voters had cast their ballots by 4:30 p.m.
03 april 2011, 15:23National Bank's Marchenko votes for Nazarbayev
03 april 2011, 14:4566.4% has voted by 2:30 p.m.
03 april 2011, 14:3840.3% voted by 12:30 Astana time
03 april 2011, 11:381 666 955 people voted by 10 a.m. - 18.16% turnout
03 april 2011, 11:03Advisor Yertysbayev voted without his ID card
03 april 2011, 11:00Presidential candidate Gany Kassymov votes
03 april 2011, 10:40Nursultan Nazarbayev and Sarah Nazarbayeva vote at presidential elections
03 april 2011, 10:23Presidential candidate Mels Eleusizov cast his vote for Nazarbayev
03 april 2011, 09:52Presidential candidate Zhambyl Akhmetbekov has voted
03 april 2011, 09:47PM Massimov cast his vote at presidential elections in Kazakhstan
03 april 2011, 09:05Turgankulov expects voter turnout to be "high"
03 april 2011, 07:13April 3 Kazakhstan electing President
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