Kazakhstan achieved high results in economic and social development over 25 years – Nigmatulin
In the framework of the general debate N.Nigmatullin noted that human rights and freedoms is an essential factor for the peace and well-being ensuring the development of friendly relations and cooperation with all states and peoples.
“This year Kazakhstan celebrates the 25th anniversary of Independence. In a short period of time our country has achieved high results in political and socio-economic reforms. Huge work has been done in the sphere of guaranteeing universal suffrage, representation, gender equality and human rights”, – said N.Nigmatullin.
As the Speaker of the Majilis said, Kazakhstan has created a dynamic system of human rights protection, an important element of which is the Human Rights Commission under the President.
Nurlan Nigmaulin recalled that in recent years, Kazakhstan has held a number of important reforms in the field of improvement of national legislation, and again confirmed its commitment to the principles of democracy.
The Inter-Parliamentary Union was formed in 1889. It is an international organization serving to coordinate the actions of the parliaments in the world. To date, members of the organization are the parliaments of 166 countries and 10 associate members.
The Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan joined the IPU on March 4, 1993.
Source: Kazakhtan 2050