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Nazarbayev's daughter elected Kazakh Parliament Spokesperson

Source : 112 Ukraine

Nazarbayeva was elected by a secret ballot among the MPs of the chamber
12:59, 20 March 2019

Dariga Nazarbayeva, elder daughter of Nursultan Nazarbayev, newly-elected Spokesperson of Kazakh Parliament
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Dariga Nazarbayeva, elder daughter of Nursultan Nazarbayev, who yesterday resigned as president of Kazakhstan, became the Spokesperson of the Parliament of the country, as Tengrinews.kz reported.

It was noted that Nazarbayeva was elected by a secret ballot among the MPs of the chamber. 44 MPs out of 44 present voted “for” her candidature.  

As it is reported, earlier, the Spokesperson was the Chairman of the Committee on International Affairs, defence and security of the Senate.

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As we reported earlier, President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev officially claimed that he gives up his authority as the head of the state. He made the statement on Tuesday, March 19, after 30 years in power. He will remain Chairman of the Security Council, the Nur Otan Democratic People’s Party and a member of the Constitutional Council.

Nazarbayev, born in 1940 in Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic, came to power in 1990, as the President of this Republic. After the breakdown of the USSR, he became the president of independent Kazakhstan. When they re-elected him as the President the fifth time, Nazarbayev collected almost 98 percent of votes.

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On March 20, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev took the oath of office and assumed the post of Kazakhstan’s interim president on Wednesday after the nation's long-time leader Nursultan Nazarbayev announced his resignation.

Tokayev, 65, has served as Speaker of Kazakhstan’s upper house of parliament, the Senate, since September 2017

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