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03 November 2022, 14:56

CIS observation mission starts monitoring election campaign in Kazakhstan

Astana. An archive photo
Astana. An archive photo

MINSK, 3 November (BelTA) – The CIS election observation mission has begun to monitor preparations for the presidential election in Kazakhstan, BelTA learned from the mission's headquarters.

On 1 November representatives of the CIS election observation mission met with deputy head of staff for the preparation and conduct of the extraordinary presidential election in Kazakhstan at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador-at-Large Zhalgas Adilbayev. The ambassador emphasized the importance of the ongoing election campaign, reaffirmed the determination and readiness of the country's leadership to hold a fair and free election.

The CIS observers noted that the mission will act in compliance with the legislation of Kazakhstan, the CIS documents, and international law.

On 1-2 November the CIS long-term observers studied the conduct of the election campaign in Ulytau Region. They inspected a number of polling stations in Ulytau Region and the city of Satbayev. Heads of territorial and precinct commissions briefed the observers on the preparations for the election.

Representatives of the CIS election observation mission attended an expanded seminar on the preparation and conduct of the early presidential election in Kazakhstan in the city of Zhezkazgan. Taking part in the session were members of territorial and precinct election commissions, representatives of candidates' campaigns, public associations and political parties, and the media.

The CIS election observation mission continues monitoring the presidential election in Kazakhstan.

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