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
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