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Public figures of Moscow discussed political reforms in Kazakhstan

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by March 15, 2017 Legal

Opening the meeting, Counsellor of the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Russia Dauren Diyarov called the political reform on the redistribution of powers between the branches of power and the Address of President of Kazakhstan N.Nazarbayev to the people about the beginning of the Third Modernization of Kazakhstan with historical events that will affect the economic and political life of the country for many years.

According to him, the constitutional reform is aimed at building a more effective, sustainable and modern system of power and public administration, and the Address is identified by 5 key priorities to ensure sustainable economic growth and Kazakhstan’s inclusion to the list of 30 advanced countries.

The 1st Vice-Rector of Kutafin Moscow State Law Academy, Doctor of Juridical Sciences Yelena Grachyova noted that during the national discussion of the amendments to the Constitution, more than 6 000 proposals were received. In her opinion, the amendments to the Constitution allow increasing the effectiveness of the system of power, they are based on the traditions and foundations that had been formed in the country for many years.

The participants of the meeting called constitutional reform in Kazakhstan a very competent political move and urged to take a closer look at the legislative innovations of the southern neighbor.

“A lot of good ideas were realized in Kazakhstan, and the system improves constantly”, – Moscow experts noted.

In addition, Kazakhstani graduate students, undergraduates and students of humanitarian universities, including those studying under Bolashak program participated at the meeting, also noted the importance of political and social stability for the development of Kazakhstan, which allows the country to pass through different challenges during the global economic and political turbulence confidently. The students expressed sincere gratitude to President N. Nazarbayev for the initiatives that enabled them to receive quality education abroad in the leading higher education institutions of the world and expressed their readiness to make feasible contribution to successful implementation of the tasks set in program documents.

Source: Kazakhstan 2050

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