Researches about Ukraine

Russian Nationalist Discourse Reemerges Ahead of Elections

The Jamestown Foundation

Kazakhstan is taking final steps in preparation for the upcoming early parliamentary elections, scheduled for March 20. According to the Central Election Commission, as of March 4, the government has accommodated applications from 308 international observers and 116 media representatives. This year’s elections are widely expected to be the most predictable in Kazakhstan’s history, and the ruling NurOtan party is poised to win in a landslide. It has so far fielded the longest list of candidates, containing 234 names, for just 98 parliamentary seats up for grabs. The list includes several high-ranking government officials, such as Deputy Prime Minister Dariga …read more

Source: The Jamestown Foundation

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