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KAZAHSTANUL POATE FI RECUNOSCUT, IN VIITOR, DREPT UN STAT DEMOCRATIC CONSOLIDAT, ESTE CONCLUZIA RAPORTULUI ROMANESC

 In data de 8 mai 2015 a avut loc predarea oficială a Raportului de Monitorizare a Alegerilor Prezidențiale Anticipate din Republica Kazahstan -26 Aprilie 2015.

Raportul a fost prezentat de către delegația românească, condusă de Președintele Director General al Institutului de Relații Internaționale si Cooperare Economica-Profesor Dr. Anton Caragea.

Raportul preliminar a analizat, in faza premergătoare alegerilor, situația legală, prevederile legislației electorale si constituționale ale Republicii Kazahstan, in perspectiva alegerilor din 26 Aprilie 2015 și a concluzionat că pregătirea alegerilor prezidențiale respectă toate criteriile legale, prevederile constituționale si obligațiile internaționale, asumate de Kazahstan si oferă cadrul necesar pentru desfășurarea de alegeri libere, transparente si democratice in Kazahstan.

Kazakhstan Minister of Foreign Affairs

E.S. Ambasadorul Kazahstanului-Daulet Batrashev (stanga) felicitat pentru progresele democratice remarcabile ale Kazahstanului impreuna cu Presedintele IRICE-Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea si Coordonatorul Comisiei economice- dl.Mihai Prundianu

In perioada 22-29 aprilie 2015 o delegație românească a monitorizat procesul electoral din Kazahstan.

Delegația, condusă de Profesor Dr. Anton Caragea-Președintele Director General al Institutului de Relații Internaționale si Cooperare Economica, a mai fost compusă între alții din Președintele Comisiei pentru Romanii din Afara Granițelor-Senatorul Marcel Bujor, Directorul academic-Prof. Dr. Mircea Constantinescu si un număr de experți electorali.

Delegația a observat alegerile din Kazahstan, iar echipa condusă direct de Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea a monitorizat regiunile Almaty, Shymkent si Turkistan.

Alegerile au beneficiat de o prezenta la vot de peste 95%,  iar învingătorul alegerilor a fost proclamat candidatul Nursultan Nazarbayev, ales președinte cu peste 8 milioane de voturi legal exprimate.

Concluzia raportului final a fost aceea că alegerile din Kazahstan au respectat legislația internă si standardele internaționale in materia, fiind clasificate drept un exemplu prin transparentă, organizare si participarea masivă la procesul electoral.

Toate acestea demonstrează încrederea populației in sistemul electoral, in transparenta si echisdanta alegerilor si mai ales satisfacția populației fată de evoluția națională ceea ce s-a transpus intr-o prezentă record la urne.

Votul covarsitor in favoarea presedintelui in exercitiu era previzibil, fiind un vot pentru stabilitate, continuitate si progres economic si democratic.

Kazahstanul poate considera că si-a incheiat tranzita spre democratie, după alegerile din 26 aprilie 2015, devenind un stat ce poate fi clasificat ca o democratie functională, ce va accede in curand, daca continua in aceeasi directie, la statutul de democratie functională consolidată, a apreciat Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea.

Raportul final a fost apoi inmanat Ambasadorului Kazahstanului in Romania, E.S. Daulet Batrashev, impreuna cu felicitarile comisiei de supraveghere a alegerilor din Kazahstan.

Ulterior membrii delegatiei romane si-au prezentat experientele electorale de pe parcursul misiunii si au subliniat cateva recomandari practice pentru imbunatatirea procesului electoral in vederea declararii Kazahstanului drept o democratie functională consolidată.

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KAZAHSTANUL OBTINE STATUTUL DE DEMOCRATIE FUNCTIONALA DUPA ALEGERILE DIN 26 APRILIE 2015

In perioada 22-29 aprilie 2015 o delegație românească a monitorizat procesul electoral din Kazahstan.

Delegația, condusă de Profesor Dr. Anton Caragea-Președintele Director General al Institutului de Relații Internaționale si Cooperare Economica, a mai fost compusă între alții din Președintele Comisiei pentru Romanii din Afara Granițelor-Senatorul Marcel Bujor, Directorul academic-Prof. Dr. Mircea Constantinescu si un număr de experți electorali.

 

Voting in Shymkent

Votul din 26 aprilie 2015 a intrunit toate conditiile democratice

Delegația a observat alegerile din Kazahstan, iar echipa condusă direct de Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea a monitorizat regiunile Almaty, Shymkent si Turkistan.

Alegerile au beneficiat de o prezenta la vot de peste 95%,  iar învingătorul alegerilor a fost proclamat candidatul Nursultan Nazarbayev, ales președinte cu peste 8 milioane de voturi legal exprimate.

La intoarcerea in tara  delegatia romanesca a realizat un raport de analiza asupra alegerilor prezidentiale anticipate din Kazahstan.

Concluzia raportului final a fost aceea că alegerile din Kazahstan au respectat legislația internă si standardele internaționale in materia, fiind clasificate drept un exemplu prin transparentă, organizare si participarea masivă la procesul electoral.

Counting every vote on kazakhstani presidential elections 2015

Kazahstanul este o tara cu o indelungata experienta democratica consolidata, dupa alegerile prezidentiale anticipate din aprilie 2015

Toate acestea demonstrează încrederea populației in sistemul electoral, in transparenta si echisdanta alegerilor si mai ales satisfacția populației fată de evoluția națională ceea ce s-a transpus intr-o prezentă record la urne.

Votul covarsitor in favoarea presedintelui in exercitiu era previzibil, fiind un vot pentru stabilitate, continuitate si progres economic si democratic.

Kazahstanul poate considera că si-a incheiat tranzita spre democratie după alegerile din 26 aprilie 2015, devenind un stat ce poate fi clasificat ca o democratie functională, ce va accede in curand, daca continua in aceeasi directie, la statutul de democratie functională consolidată, a apreciat Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea.

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FINAL REPORT (post-election) REGARDING EARLY PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN-26 APRIL 2015

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FINAL REPORT (post-election) REGARDING

EARLY PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN

4 May 2015

Report issued on 4 MAY 2015

BUCHAREST

 REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN EARLY PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

 

26 APRIL 2015

 

FINAL REPORT (post-election) REGARDING

SNAP PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN 

 

  1. INTRODUCTION

According to an official invitation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kazakhstan to observe the 26 April 2015 snap presidential election, the Institute of international Relations and Economic Cooperation decided to evaluate the political, judicial, legislative and general framework of the early presidential election from 26 April 2015.

 The aim of the evaluation process was to assess the pre-election environment and the preparations for the presidential election.

The evaluation process comprised in legislative text analyses, assessment of general political situation in the country and the conformity with general accepted democratic practices and regulation and with bona fide principles.

Taken into account were also: public opinions, statements and discussions expressed by officials from different Kazakhstan institutions and the election and civil administration, as well as official spokespersons from political parties, media outlets, civil society personalities, and the international community.

  1. GENERAL ASSESSMENT OF LAW PROVISIONS

According with the law prescriptions the presidential vote will start on 26 April 2015, giving the voters the chance to elect the president for a five-year term.

The law encapsulates also the necessary democratic prescriptions for an open and fair electoral process.

 The April 26, 2015 election will be the fourth consecutive national election called on early bases, a supplementary proof of a democratic and viable electoral system.

The laws that are governing the presidential elections are governed by the Constitution, the Constitutional Law on Elections (Election Law), and regulations of the Central Election Commission (CEC).

The assessment process considered that Kazakhstan is a viable and fully committed party to all major international and regional instruments related to the holding of democratic elections and had continuously and full abiding by his international democratic regulations.

There have been no changes to the Election Law since the last elections held in 2011, and we have to mention that in 2011 the Election Monitoring Committee of Institute of international Relations and Economic Cooperation had find that the law and regulation governing the electoral process in Kazakhstan are completely corresponding to international laws and regulation insuring a perfect electoral process.

 The authorities Kazakhstan authorities underlined in all public statements their nation commitment to conduct elections in compliance with the principles of openness, transparency and fairness.

 The election will be administered by a complex and modern system of commissions, composed of Central Electoral Commission and including number of  14 Territorial Election Commissions and the City Election Commissions for Astana`s and Almaty`s regions, 207 District Election Commissions, and more than 9,000 Local Election Commissions (LECs).

The Central Electoral Commission composition and activity is fully independent and in perfect correspondence with international laws and regulations insuring the independence of electoral and monitoring process.

In the list of democratic provisions the Election Monitoring Committee of Institute of international Relations and Economic Cooperation noted:

The fact that all citizens over 18 years of age have the right to vote, there is a nationwide electronic voter list to identify duplicate entries.

Presidential candidates are required to be citizens by birth, at least 40 years old, fluent in the state language, and officially resident in Kazakhstan for at least 15 years.

The same recommendation is made on this element as in 2011: The Election Monitoring Committee of Institute of international Relations and Economic Cooperation considers necessary a general recommendation for all states to include such provisions in their electoral laws insuring a perfect national representations to the highest office of the land.  

The Election Law guarantees the right to conduct an unimpeded campaign for or against any candidate.

In the democratic landscape of Kazakhstan, the Election Monitoring Committee of Institute of international Relations and Economic Cooperation noted the existence of a powerful independent media, with an impressive number of mass media entities operating in the country.

Also a full independent television network is offering a perfect dialogue and information source.

The Kazakhstan Constitution guarantees freedom of speech and prohibits censorship.

Keeping in mind that no elections can be considered as free and democratic without the presence of international observers the Election Monitoring Committee of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation decided to support Kazakhstan electoral process and democratic credential by monitoring and observing all stages of the 2015, 26 April Early Presidential Election in Kazakhstan.

 

The Election Monitoring Committee of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation has monitored the full electoral process, candidate registration, and the campaign, media, and Election Day procedures with an on-site mission between 22-29 April 2015.

Turkestan Election Committee

Turkestan Election Committee

III. ELECTION CLIMATE ANALYSES

  1. FACT FINDING

Kazakhstan is a fully flagged democratic republic, respecting the equilibrium of powers and balanced distribution of constitutional powers.

The president is acting in full respect of the democratic system and the country has a long tradition of political process in a democratic manner and with all the guarantees for an inclusive and democratic process.

The institutional system is offering a perfect balanced voice to parliamentary and representations system.

The 26 April 2015 Early Presidential Election where convened in a perfect transparent and inclusive manner at the request of the highest representative and democratic institution in the country: Assembly of people of Kazakhstan.

The decision was upheld fully constitutional and legal based by the Constitutional Council.

The democratic initiative for an early presidential election was supported by the Kazakhstan Parliament and, on 25 February, the Kazakhstan President announced the election would be held on 26 April.

As we have mentioned previously the next election will be the fourth consecutive national election to be called early.

On 27 February, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan stressed the nation’s commitment to conduct a free and fair election in line with the principles of openness, transparency and fairness.

The Election Monitoring Committee of Institute of international Relations and Economic Cooperation considers that the electoral process is fundamental, in law provisions and spirit and in technical consideration perfectly administered, offering a perfect climate and an open and inclusive and in full fairness  political discourse resulted in a perfect competitive electoral environment.

  1. LEGAL FRAMEWORK

Regarding the previous respect to democratic commitments, the Republic of Kazakhstan has fully respected his international obligations regarding construction of a free electoral consultation.

We must note that: European Council on International Relations has made an in-depth analysis of the electoral law and constitutional framework of the Republic of Kazakhstan during 2011 Kazakhstan Presidential elections.

The focus of this analysis where: the mass media law, the election law, the political laws and the Constitutional Law of Kazakhstan and had operated a surveillance of the measure taken by the Central Electoral Commission in order to insure a free and open election atmosphere.

The conclusion of the European Council on International Relations monitoring commission was that: the necessary steps in order to insure an honest and balanced electoral consultation respecting democratic standards were taken by Government of Kazakhstan.

The European Union monitoring mission insured also the Election Day supervision, the supervision of counting and tabulation of elections results in a significant and representative number of sections and commissions.

The conclusions of the committee findings can be summon up as an endorsement of the law and constitutional provisions of Kazakhstan electoral system.     

 

In the 26 April 2015 the same principles and laws are applying as in 2011 elections case.

The primary legal framework for presidential elections includes the Constitution, the Constitutional Law on Elections (Election Law), and regulations of the Central Election Commission (CEC). Other relevant laws include the Law on the President, the Law on Political Parties, the Civil Procedures Code, the Criminal Code, the Administrative Offences Code, the Law on Peaceful Assemblies, and various local regulations related to public assemblies. Kazakhstan is a party to major international and regional instruments related to the holding of democratic elections

 The president is directly elected by popular vote in a two-round system.

To be elected in the first round of voting, a candidate must receive more than half of all votes cast.

If no candidate reaches the required majority, the two candidates receiving the most votes contest a second round within two months of the first round, in which the candidate who receives the higher number of votes is considered elected.

 A 2007 constitutional amendment reduced the presidential term from seven to five years and exempted the first president – the incumbent President Nazarbayev – from the established limit of two consecutive terms.

 In 2010, the first president was given the privileged legal status of Kazakhstan’s „Leader of the Nation” according to a parliamentary vote and respecting the constitutional framework, in a fully law abiding manner.

 The incumbent president has been in office since 1991 and had a proven history of respecting the democratic rule of political process and respecting constitutional and legal boundaries.

  1. ELECTION SUPERVISIONS AND ADMINISTRATION

The election will be administered by a four-layer system of election commissions. The election administration comprises the CEC, 14 Territorial Election Commissions and the City Election Commissions of Astana and Almaty (collectively referred to as TECs), 207 District Election Commissions (DECs), and more than 9,000 Local Election Commissions (LECs) including some 65 polling stations abroad.

The Republic of Kazakhstan had acquiesce to the fallowing instrumental accords for up-holding democratic values: the 1966 International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, 1979 Convention for Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, 1965 International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, 2003 Convention against Corruption, 2006 Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities,, and the 2002 Convention on the Standards of Democratic Elections, Electoral Rights and Freedoms in the Member States of the Commonwealth of Independent States.

Kazakhstan is also a fully flagged member of the Council of Europe’s Venice Commission, a supplementary proof of the country definitive election of the democratic ways.

Membership and submission to all the previously noted agreements and treaty are creating a perfect election environment in accordance with international laws.

  1. PROCEDURES FOR CANDIDATE NOMINATION AND REGISTRY

The Constitution and electoral law are offering the climate for an inclusive and representative participation in the electoral race: the presidential candidate may be nominated through self-nomination or by a public association, including a political party.  All equally candidates are required to be citizens by birth, to have at least 40 years old, to be fluent in the Kazakh language (a condition to be observed by the Linguistic Commission, an independent body that should provide its conclusions to the Central Electoral Commission who will make the final decision on candidatures), and to be an officially resident of Kazakhstan for at least 15 years.

The nomination period that had ended on 15 March 2015 had permitted for three candidates to outline their candidature and obtain at least 93,000 valid signatures equally representing at least two-thirds of the regions as well as the cities of Astana and Almaty.

In addition they need to pay an election deposit of 1,060,000 Kazakhstan Tenge (KZT) and present tax declarations for themselves and their spouse.

The necessary prescriptions for barring from standing for office for persons related to crimes of found guilty of corruption-related crimes or administrative offences have being taken.

The language test consists of an examination of prospective candidates‟ reading, writing and speaking abilities.

Three candidates will run in the upcoming early presidential elections in Kazakhstan after law provisions: the incumbent President Nursultan Nazarbayev, the challenger from the Communist People’s Party Turgun Syzdykov and self-nominee Abelgazi Kusainov, according to a report from the Central Election Commission.

The time for submission of applications for participation in the presidential election in Kazakhstan ended on March 15.

According to the CEC secretary Bakhyt Meldeshov, as of 2015, March 16, the CEC got 27 applications.

The CEC decided to refuse registration to Limana Koishiyeva, Kanat Turageldiyev, Zharylkap Kalybai and Khasen Kozha-Akhmet, who all successfully passed the Kazakh language but failed to provide all the law required documents.

The CEC also denied registration to six candidates for the presidency of Kazakhstan for failing to appear for the Kazakh language exam which is mandatory under the law): self-nominees Yakobzhan Dzhunisbekov, Kairat Maishev, Aigul Utepova, Kanat Yeszhanov, Amantai Kazhy and Birzhan Dilmagambetov.

Mels Yeleusizov, Zhaksybai Bazilbayev and Mukhamedrakhim Kursabayev withdrew their candidacies on their own, a move the CEC approved.

The registration of candidates came to an end on March 25.

As of 2015 March 26, three candidates have the right to proceed with the election campaigning: Nursultan Nazarbayev, Turgun Syzdykov and Abelgazi Kusainov.

Conclusion:  Under the full scrutiny of the democratic process in Kazakhstan, The  Election Monitoring Committee of Institute of international Relations and Economic Cooperation considers that the period of registrations of candidature and the provisions of the law have being full respected and all the necessary procedural steps have being address insuring a perfect democratic character to the first phase of the election procedures.

 

Recommendation: The Election Monitoring Committee of Institute of international Relations and Economic Cooperation considers that a higher number of signatures on the candidate’s signature list will be a beneficial addition offering a better selection of serious candidates.

  1. CAMPAIGN AND CAMPAIGN FINANCE. ANTI MONEY LAUNDRY PROVISIONS

The election campaign starts on 26 March, the day after the end of candidate registration, and lasts until 24 April, when the silence period starts.

The Election Law guarantees citizens and public associations the right to conduct an unimpeded campaign for or against any candidate. Local authorities are mandated to provide space for the placement of campaign posters on an equal basis and candidates may also post materials on

To finance their campaign, the CEC informed that each candidate is entitled to receive a minimum of KZT seven million (some EUR35, 000) from the state budget. In addition, candidates are allowed to use their own funds and accept donations from citizens and organizations, as well as funds from the nominating body, up to a combined total of KZT 577 million.7

 Foreign and anonymous donations are prohibited.

Candidates are obliged to open dedicated bank accounts for these funds. The banks should notify the CEC if the spending limits are exceeded. Five days after the announcement of the election results, candidates are obliged to submit a report on their campaign finance to the election administration.

The CEC adopted a resolution on the campaign expenditures to be covered from the state budget. Each candidate is provided with funds for a fifteen minutes speech on TV, a ten-minute speech on the radio, as well as to publish two articles in printed newspapers.

According to the CEC the amount of funding provided to candidates for their election campaigning in the media was calculated based on the existing rates provided by the Committee for Communications, Computerization and Information of the Ministry of Investment and Development of Kazakhstan.

“Funds in the amount of 5,250,000 tenge ($28,237) are allocated to the candidates for a 15-minute speech.

For the 10-minute presentation of the program on the radio each candidate receives 200,000 tenge ($1,075). To publish two printed articles each candidate receives 810,000 tenge ($4,356). Candidates will also receive funds to rent premises for meetings with voters in the amount of 200,000 tenge and another 250,000 tenge ($1,345) to print out campaign materials. Each of the registered candidates will receive 300,000 tenge ($1,613) for travel expenses,” the CEC said.

 

Conclusions:  The Election Monitoring Committee of Institute of international Relations and Economic Cooperation stated that offering a full financial support and insuring transparency and strict supervision policies are all decisions destined to  discouraging money laundry, political corruption and in offering a fare and equal based financial support for all candidates, a fundamental base of democratic elections.

The Election Law is the main legal source addressing candidate rights to campaign in the media, providing equal access to state-funded airtime and print space, as well as the right to purchase additional airtime and space. Each candidate is entitled to 15 minutes of free airtime on television, 10 minutes of free airtime on radio, and 2 free articles in newspapers. For paid advertisement, all media are obliged to provide the price list of paid advertisements to the CEC, no later than 10 days after the election is announced.

  1. FINAL CONCLUSIONS ON ELECTION OBSERVATION

One of the most important aspects in organizing internationally recognized and valid electoral process is the presence of international and internally accepted monitors.

According to Central Electoral Commission a number of 10.000 internal registered observers will by surveying the poll and number of 1.000 international monitors will also insure a country wide supervision of the electoral process.

The Kazakhstan Election Law provides for international and citizen observers, as well as authorized representatives of registered candidates. There is an accreditation procedure and observers are required to present a letter from their nominating organization and their identification documents to the election commission where they will observe the process.

We consider that the electoral system is offering the checks and balances necessary to insure a perfect democratic consultation. 

 Voting in Shymkent

Voting in Shymkent-26 April 2015

  1. PRE-ELECTION PERIOD

The Election Monitoring Committee of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation consider that the pre-election period was marked by full transparency, honesty and a calm electoral climate conducive to an all inclusive electoral climate.

We consider that in the early presidential election (26 April 2015) pre-election campaign Kazakhstan has fulfilled all his legal obligation on holding open, free, and fair and equal opportunity driven elections.

The conclusion of the Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation monitoring Committee is that: the necessary steps in order to insure an honest and balanced electoral consultation respecting democratic standards were fully taken by The Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

As a result on 20th April 2015 the Election Monitoring Committee of Institute of international Relations and Economic Cooperation decided to deploy an election mission to follow the Election Day process countrywide, and to supervise the Election Day activities, including voting, counting, and tabulation of results.

We must also underline that: election commissions at all levels handled technical aspects of the election in a professional manner in the pre-election and election period.

Their sessions were openly and transparently monitored by observers and the media.

Verifying election list

Controlling the election list

  1. CONCLUSIONS ON ELECTION DAY AND ELECTIONS RESULTS

          POLITICAL CONTEXT:

The political environment in Kazakhstan is characterized by the presence of strong political parties with national scale activities, with genuine pluralism and a vibrant political discourse.

NGOs operate in a permissive environment, and after 2015 reform bill that is providing supplementary funding for NGO`S, offering opportunities for personal and institutional development and improving the sphere of activity for all NGO`s bodies, in such a manner that they can fulfil their role in providing quality services for Kazakhstani citizens.

Kazakhstan is enjoying a system that is open and full of liberty and the reform on NGO`s field has allowed Kazakhstan to obtain high quality services from the area of civil society.

  1. ELECTION DAY

Election Day was calm, with no obstacle in the voting process and open to all electors in a transparent manner and a turnout of almost 95 per cent was reported.

  1. OPENING OF POLLING STATION AND VOTING

Opening procedures were assessed positively in most polling stations visited.

The voting was done in a normal manner, no signs of forced presence, mass presence or suspicious persons or any control of voters where not observed.

The lack of any coercion in electoral activities was clearly marked.

No electoral tourism or mass migration of electors from one electoral station to another was registered.

There where also some shortcomings as: voters who did not know how to act on electoral sections, the lack of proper instructions in the management of the electoral process were also registered in some cases.

Voting in Uzbek regions

Voting in Uzbek Minority zone-Sauran (Shymkent-South Kazakhstan region)

  1. COUNTING

The international observers appreciated that the counting was done in an orderly, open and transparent manner, allowing for the viewing and registration of each vote; no staffing of urns was reported.

Some minor glitches where reported as: lack of information regarding the opening and manipulation of mobile urns, lack of clear procedures regarding annulled votes.

The overall climate of the counting process was an open and transparent one.

Election supervision

Opening the urns and counting the votes 

 

  1. TABULATION AND ANNOUNCEMENTS OF RESULTS

The tabulation process throughout the whole country was transparent in compliance with the Kazakhstan international assumed obligations of Copenhagen Document prescribing that the results will be:  “counted and reported honestly”

Counting every vote on kazakhstani presidential elections 2015

Every vote counts:26 April 2015

  1. FINAL CONCLUSIONS ON ELECTORAL RESULTS OF KAZAKHSTAN EARLY PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS ON 26 APRIL 2015

In the final conclusions of the observation and monitoring activities opened on the territory of Republic of Kazakhstan between 22-29 April 2015 the Election Monitoring Committee of Institute of international Relations and Economic Cooperation decided:

The pre-election period and campaign was characterized by a free and open legislation, encompassing all the necessary legal and constitutional procedures granting any Kazakhstan society member the right to partake on the election, to present and promote his candidature and to have the opportunity to express his views and vote.

The campaign climate was peaceful, open with no pressures upon the voters, with anti-money laundry provision insuring an equal opportunity climate for all the candidates.

The Election Day activities where conducted in a transparent manner, without pressure or state authorities’ intervention in a manner conducive to allowing the free expression of the Kazakh people.

The Early Presidential Elections in Kazakhstan held on 26 April 2015 where assessed by “1026 representatives of foreign states, international organizations and foreign media,” according to Kazakhstan’s Central Electoral Commission (CEC) .

Additionally a number of  10.000 internal observers where deployed at all polling stations in the country offering the necessary checks and balances for an  democratic electoral process.

In conclusion we appreciate that the vote of 26 April 2015 has expressed in a democratic manner the views and the decision of Kazakhstan people and the electoral process was clearly transparent, open, all inclusive and genuine democratic in nature and organization.

ANNEXED DOCUMENTS

  1. FINAL ELECTION RESULT ON PROVINCES OF KAZAKHSTAN

REPORT

On the results of early elections of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, on April 26, 2015

April 26, 2015 held a special election of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The voter turnout was 95.22%.

On the basis of the protocols of oblast, Astana and Almaty election commissions on the results of the counting of votes at the extraordinary elections of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, on April 26, 2015, the Central Election Commission It reports that voter lists for a single national constituency included 9,547,864 people, of whom took part in the vote 9,090,920 people, or 95.21 percent. Outside the polling voted 152,016 voters.

Candidates for the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan ran for 3 people.

In voting the candidates for President of the Republic of Kazakhstan gained the following number of votes: Akmola oblast:

Kusainov Abelgazi Kaliakparovich – 449 votes or 0.10 percent of voters who took part in voting;

Nursultan Nazarbayev – 438,917 votes, or 98.42 per cent of voters who took part in the vote;

Syzdykov Turgun Iskakovich – 6,600 votes or 1.48 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

In the Aktobe region:

Kusainov Abelgazi Kaliakparovich – 1906 votes or 0.44 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

Nursultan Nazarbayev – 420,824 votes, or 97.60 per cent of voters who took part in the vote;

Syzdykov Turgun Iskakovich – 8,450 votes or 1.96 percent of voters who participated in voting;

Almaty region:

Kusainov Abelgazi Kaliakparovich – 1951 votes or 0.21 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

Nursultan Nazarbayev – 919,096 votes, or 98.94 per cent of voters who took part in the vote;

Syzdykov Turgun Iskakovich – 7896 votes, or 0.85 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

The Atyrau region:

Kusainov Abelgazi Kaliakparovich – 1,736 votes or 0.60 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

Nursultan Nazarbayev – 284,215 votes, or 98.22 per cent of voters who took voting;

Syzdykov Turgun Iskakovich – 3406 votes or 1.18 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

On the East Kazakhstan region:

Kusainov Abelgazi Kaliakparovich – 4,559 votes or 0.55 percent of voters, who participated in voting,

Nursultan Nazarbayev – 810,754 votes, or 98.37 per cent of voters who took part in the vote;

Syzdykov Turgun Iskakovich – 8,875 votes or 1.08 percent of voters, who took part in the vote,

In Zhambyl region:

Kusainov Abelgazi Kaliakparovich – 3,167 votes or 0.63 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

Nursultan Nazarbayev – 492,148 votes, or 97.90 per cent of voters who took part in the vote;

Syzdykov Turgun Iskakovich – 7390 votes or 1.47 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

On the West Kazakhstan:

Kusainov Abelgazi Kaliakparovich – 2,741 votes or 0.71 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

Nursultan Nazarbayev – 378,819 votes, or 98.13 per cent of voters who took part in the vote;

Syzdykov Turgun Iskakovich – 4,478 votes or 1, 16 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

In Karaganda region:

Kusainov Abelgazi Kaliakparovich – 8,480 votes or 1.07 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

Nursultan Nazarbayev – 779 191 votes or 98, 30 per cent of voters who took part in voting;

Syzdykov Turgun Iskakovich – 4,995 votes or 0.63 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

In Kostanai region:

Kusainov Abelgazi Kaliakparovich – 5,050 votes or 0.97 percent of voters, who participated in voting,

Nursultan Nazarbayev – 507,806 votes or 97.55 per cent of voters who took part in the vote;

Syzdykov Turgun Iskakovich – 7,704 votes or 1.48 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

Kyzylorda oblast:

Kusainov Abelgazi Kaliakparovich – 3,465 votes or 0.90 percent of the vote, who took part in the vote;

Nursultan Nazarbayev – 378,443 votes or 98.10 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

Syzdykov Turgun Iskakovich – 3864 votes, or 1.0 per cent of voters who took part in the vote;

Mangistau region:

Kusainov Abelgazi Kaliakparovich – 707 votes or 0.24 percent of voters, who took part in the voting,

Nursultan Nazarbayev – 287,279 votes, or 97.54 per cent of voters who took part in the vote;

Syzdykov Turgun Iskakovich – 6538 votes or 2.22 percent of voters who took participate in the vote;

In Pavlodar region:

Kusainov Abelgazi Kaliakparovich – 3,060 votes or 0.70 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

Nursultan Nazarbayev – 429,994 votes, or 98.35 per cent of voters who took part in the vote;

Syzdykov Turgun Iskakovich – 4153 votes or 0.95 percent of voters, who took part in the vote,

In the North-Kazakhstan region:

Kusainov Abelgazi Kaliakparovich – 1878 votes or 0.51 percent of voters, who participated in voting,

Nursultan Nazarbayev – 362,068 votes or 98.33 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

Syzdykov Turgun Iskakovich – 4271 votes or 1.16 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

The South-Kazakhstan region:

Kusainov Abelgazi Kaliakparovich – 5242 votes or 0.43 percent of voters who participated voting;

Nursultan Nazarbayev – 1207826 votes, or 98.40 per cent of voters who took part in the vote;

Syzdykov Turgun Iskakovich – 14,361 votes or 1.17 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

In the city of Astana:

Kusainov Abelgazi Kaliakparovich – 1331 votes or 0.34 percent of voters, who took part in the voting,

Nursultan Nazarbayev – 385,715 votes, or 98.54 per cent of voters who took part in the vote;

Syzdykov Turgun Iskakovich – 4384 votes or 1.12 percent of voters who took part in voting;

In Almaty:

Kusainov Abelgazi Kaliakparovich – 11,996 votes or 1.48 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

Nursultan Nazarbayev – 750,155 votes, or 92.55 per cent of voters who took part in the vote;

Syzdykov Turgun Iskakovich – 48391 votes or 5.97 percent of voters, who took part in the vote,

In the Republic of Kazakhstan:

Kusainov Abelgazi Kaliakparovich – 57,718 votes or 0.64 percent of voters, who participated in voting,

Nursultan Nazarbayev – 8,833,250 votes, or 97.75 percent of the vote who took part in the vote;

Syzdykov Turgun Iskakovich – 145,756 votes or 1.61 percent of voters who took part in the vote;

In accordance with Article 65 of the Constitutional Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated 28 September 1995 “On elections in the Republic of Kazakhstan” is considered to be elected President of the Republic Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev, born 1940, Kazakh, and member of the party “Nur Otan”, the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, lives in Astana.

Source: Central Election Commission

of the Republic of Kazakhstan

  1. FINAL ELECTION RESULTS ON THE COUNTRY LEVEL

Candidate

Party

Votes

%

Nursultan Nazarbayev

Nur Otan

8,833,250

97.75

Turgun Syzdykov

Communist People’s Party

145,756

1.61

Abelgazi Kusainov

Independent

57,718

0.64

Invalid/blank votes

54,196

Total

9,090,920

100

Registered voters/turnout

9,547,864

95.21

Source: CEC

International Media Headquarter-Almaty

The headquarter of International Election Press Centre-Almaty

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PRE-ELECTION REPORT FOR EARLY KAZAKHSTAN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS-26 APRIL 2015 UNVEILED

Kazakhstan is preparing to hold early elections on 26 of April 2015, with three contenders competing for the country top post: incumbent President Nursultan Nazarbayev, the challenger from the Communist People’s Party- Turgun Syzdykov and independent Abelgazi Kusainov.

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Kazakhstan is heading to the polls on 26 April 2015 in a democratic society 

In the preparation of the 2015 election, the country top watch dog-Central Electoral Commission announced that more than 1.000 international observers will be accredited to monitor the elections and more than 10.000 national observers will also control the polling process.

The Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation had decided to monitor the electoral process developed in Kazakhstan, on the occasion of April 26, 2015  snap presidential election.

On 20th of April 2015, the preliminary, pre-election report on monitoring the legislative framework and the preparation for the elections, to be held in Kazakhstan, where read open by the team of experts from Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation.

The report outlines the fact that: The  Election Monitoring Committee of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation considers that the period of registrations of candidature and the provisions of the law have being full respected and all the necessary procedural steps have being address insuring a perfect democratic character to the first phase of the election procedures.”

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Kazakhstan 2011 Election where hailed as a perfect example by the international community

 

After analyzing the constitutional prescription, the laws, the Central and Local Electoral Committee management and prerogatives, the funding operating system , the publicity and equal promotion framework the report remarks: „The conclusion of the Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation monitoring Committee is that: the necessary steps in order to insure an honest and balanced electoral consultation respecting democratic standards were fully taken by The Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan.”

Senatorul Marcel Dumitru Bujor-Preşedintele Comisiei pentru Românii de Pretutindeni, Ambasador-ul Kazahstanului E.S. Daulet Batrashev şi Profesor Doctor Anton Caragea, Director IRICE-web

Senator Marcel Dumitru Bujor, Kazakhstan Ambassador-Daulet Batrashev and Professor Dr. Anton Caragea

The conclusions of the group of experts comprised of parliamentarians lead by Senators Marcel Dumitru Bujor, Ionel Agrigoroaei, Constantin Popa, academicians lead by Professor Dr. Mircea Constantinescu and electoral experts team lead by Mr. Gheorghe Cealfa were received by Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President Director General of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation.

Professor Dr. Anton Caragea accepted the findings of the report and agreed with his recommendation:  that a team of experts and parliamentarians from Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation will follow the Election Day process countrywide, and will supervise the Election Day activities, including voting, counting, and tabulation of results in the Republic of Kazakhstan presidential elections.

Based on this report Professor Dr. Anton Caragea accepted to lead a monitoring mission for Kazakhstan Presidential Election. ″We are not accepting such a monitoring mission, if we don’t have the confidence that the organizing state is committed in respecting fundamental values and democratic process″,

Kazakhstan has fully responded by respecting his democratic commitments and the highest standard of electoral competitions and we hope hat the 26 April-Election Day will be another proof of the democratic standards upholded by Kazakhstan. We will be there to monitor on the site evolutions, stated Professor Anton Caragea, IRICE President.

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SENATORUL MARCEL BUJOR PREZINTA DECLARATIA DEDICATA ROMANILOR DIN KAZAHSTAN

Parlamentul României

Senat

DECLARAŢIE POLITICĂ

 

Adresată de către domnul senator: Marcel BUJOR

Circumscripţia electorală: Bacău

Colegiul electoral: 4

Grupul Parlamentar: PSD

Şedinţa Senatului din data de: 09.03.2015

 Senator Marcel Dumitru Bujor-Liderul activitatii parlamentare 2015

Titlul declaraţiei politice:

Adunarea Popoarelor din Kazahstan – Modelul unităţii  şi armoniei interetnice       

Domnule preşedinte,

Stimaţi colegi,

Membrii Comisiei românilor de pretutindeni din Senatul României, au avut în data de 03 martie, o întrevedere cu E.S domnul Daulet Batrashev, ambasadorul Republicii Kazahstan şi cu o delegaţie a Parlamentului Republicii Kazahstan, condusă de domnul Serik Akylbai, Preşedintele Comisiei de legislaţie constituţională, sistem judiciar şi organe de aplicare a legii din Senatul Republicii Kazahstan.

Discuţiile au vizat tendinţa ascendentă a relaţiilor dintre Kazahstan şi România, precum şi situaţia comunităţii româneşti din Kazahstan, în contextul în care la recensământul din 2010, în Republica Kazahstan, în grupa etnică români/moldoveni s-au înregistrat 21.054 de persoane, din care 594 de persoane s-au declarat români şi 20.460 moldoveni.

După întrevederea cu delegaţia din Republica Kazahstan, am participat la Conferinţa cu tema “Adunarea Poporului din Kazahstan – Modelul unităţii şi armoniei interetnice”, conferinţă organizată în parteneriat cu Camera Deputaţilor, Ambasada Republicii Kazahstan în România şi Institutul de Relaţii Internaţionale şi Cooperare Economică.

Adunarea Poporului din Kazahstan, constituită de către Preşedintele Republicii Kazahstan, este o structură de stat ce apără drepturile tuturor minorităţilor naţionale.

Republica Kazahstan este casă părintească pentru reprezentanţii a 140 de grupuri etnice şi a 17 confesiuni.

De aceea, Instituţia Adunării Popoarelor din Kazahstan este un unic exemplu de consimţământ intercultural, interconfesional şi de asigurare a toleranţei.

Adunarea Popoarelor din Kazahstan reprezintă interesele grupurilor etnice în cadrul organului legislativ superior – Parlamentul, prin nouă deputaţi ai Camerei Inferioare, demonstrând întregii lumi succesul politicii desfăşurate de Kazahstan în domeniul relaţiilor interetnice.

Kazahstanul, stat multicultural şi multietnic, promovează o strategie activă pentru realizarea înţelegerii între naţionalităţi, un adevărat exemplu de co-existenţă religioasă, culturală şi dezvoltare socială.

Anul 2015 marchează 20 de ani de la înfiinţarea Adunării Popoarelor din Kazahstan, modelul kazahstanez de integritate, unitate, pace şi înţelegere reprezentând la ora actuală un model pentru întreaga lume.

Preşedintele Republicii Kazahstan îndeamnă poporul către unitate şi stabilitate: “Înţelegerea dintre persoanele de etnii diferite reprezintă oxigenul vital. Trebuie să avem singuri grijă de unitatea noastră şi de înţelegerea dintre etnii.”. Un discurs din care se pot inspira şi liderii altor ţări, întrunirea poporului kazah devenind un model euroasiatic unic de dialog al culturilor.

Am fost surprins de numărul românilor care trăiesc pe teritoriul Kazahstanului. Majoritatea acestora provin din regiunile istorice româneşti Basarabia şi Bucovina de Nord, astăzi trăind dispersat în regiunile din nordul Kazahstanului, regiuni unde au avut loc deportările şi trimiterile la muncă forţată de către regimul sovietic în perioada celui de-al doilea război mondial.

Românii au fondat câteva sate în nordul Kazahstanului, în care şi în prezent, comunitatea încă mai păstrează limba română şi obiceiurile tradiţionale.

Complet integraţi în viaţa Kazahstanului, românii se bucură de  reprezentare în Adunarea Poporului din Kazahstan, au înfiinţat societăţi culturale româneşti, ce beneficiază de sprijinul statului kazahstanez pentru a-şi păstra specificul naţional, tradiţiile şi limba.

Kazahstanul i-a primit pe românii prigoniţi de regimul sovietic, le-a oferit dreptul la educaţie şi locuri de muncă. Românii pot vorbi liber limba română, îşi pot apăra interesele şi îşi pot păstra nestingheriţi tradiţiile.

Daca punem în discuţie Ungaria, Ucraina sau Serbia, remarcăm faptul că minoritatea română nu beneficiază de drepturile pe care Kazahstanul le garantează minorităţilor sale şi sper ca în viitor, astfel de state să se inspire din modelul kazahstanez de asigurare a armoniei interetnice şi interconfesionale.

Comunitatea românească este una reprezentativă, păstreaza frumoasele noastre tradiţii populare româneşti şi beneficiază de ospitalitatea kazahă.

Închei declaraţia polítică, mulţumind pentru acest sprijin constant acordat minorităţii româneşti din Kazahstan şi apreciez relaţia bilaterală în acest sens ca fiind una exemplară.

Vă mulţumesc!

Puteti urmarii si discursul televizat al Senatorului Marcel Dumitru Bujor difuzat de televiziunea diplomatica a Romaniei aici:

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PEOPLE`S ASSEMBLY OF KAZAKHSTAN: A DEMOCRATIC MODEL OF UNIVERSAL VALUE

On March 3rd 2015, The Parliament of Romania hosted the international conference: ASSEMBLY OF PEOPLE’S OF KAZAKHSTAN-A UNIVERSAL DEMOCRATIC MODEL.

 

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The Conference on PEOPLE`S ASSEMBLY OF KAZAKHSTAN: A DEMOCRATIC MODEL OF UNIVERSAL VALUE-3 March 2015

 

The academic conference was subscribed to the traditional strategic friendship that is uniting Romania and Kazakhstan and was destined to highlight to Romanian and international audience the fundamental role of an institution unique in the world and reflecting Kazakhstan specificity: ASSEMBLY OF PEOPLE’S OF KAZAKHSTAN.

This institution of paramount importance was established in 1995, according to a decision of President Nursultan Nazarbayev and has the role of allowing all national, cultural and religious minorities on the territory of Kazakhstan to partake together with the Kazakh majority in building a society model, in selecting cultural politics and in building an open and inclusive society integrating all citizens.

Today after 20 years of activity, the ASSEMBLY OF PEOPLE’S OF KAZAKHSTAN had become a model for all the states of the world, a model of resolving minority’s problems and democratic people’s involvement.

Serik Akylbai, Daulet Batrashev, Bekturganov Serik, Tulesh Kenzhin

The delegation from Kazakhstan ( from left to right):President Serik Akylbai, H.E. Ambassador of Kazakhstan-Daulet Batrashev, senator Serik Bekturganov and deputy Tulesh Kenzhin-caption during the conference works 

 

In the framework of the conference, hosted by Romanian Parliament, the leadership of the parliament had outlined messages of support for the Romanian-Kazakhstan relations, for the profusely democratic character of ASSEMBLY OF PEOPLE’S OF KAZAKHSTAN and messages of admiration for the national and democratic construction achieved by the exertions of Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev.

Costel Alexe, Marcel Bujor, Florin Constantinescu

Amongst the key speakers of the International Conference (from left to right):Chamber of Deputies member Costel Alexe-President of Romania-Kazakhstan Parliamentary Friendship Group, President of Committee for Romanians Abroad-senator Marcel Dumitru Bujor and senator Florin Constantinescu-President of Energy Committee and Leader of the Senate

Together with the leaders of the Parliament, on the venue of the conference where present also 23 diplomatic representatives headed by the leader of diplomatic activity of diplomatic corps-Iraq Ambassador Omer Berzinji and presented reports for the conference personalities such as: Senate Leader-Florin Constantinescu-Chairman of the Energy, Industry and Transport Committee of the Parliament, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President General Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation of Romania, Senator Marcel Dumitru Bujor-President of the Committee for Romanians Abroad and International Relations, Deputy Costel Alexe-Chairman of the Romania-Kazakhstan Parliamentary Friendship Group, UNESCO Committee-Senator Constantin Popa, senators Ionel Agrigoroaei and Senator Ciprian Rogojan from Defence Committee and European Affairs Committee.

Ionel Agrigoroaei, Ciprian Rogojan, Constantin Popa

Other key note speakers of the International Conference: leader of the Defense Committee-senator Ionel Agrigoroaei, leader of European Affairs Committee-Ciprian Rogojan and UNESCO Committee leader-senator Dumitru Constantin Popa

The Conference dedicated to the role of parliament and the presentation of ASSEMBLY OF PEOPLE’S OF KAZAKHSTAN had also benefited from the presence of a consistent delegation from Kazakhstan Parliament lead by Senators Serik Akylbai, Bekturganov Serik and deputy Tulesh Kenzhin who outlined for the attendees the mechanism and the signification of a unique institution in the world: ASSEMBLY OF PEOPLE’S OF KAZAKHSTAN.

Concluding the conference, the Kazakhstan parliamentary group received the special MEDAL OF HONOUR OF THE ROMANIAN PARLIAMENT in sigh of lofty appreciation of the importance of the inter-parliamentary relations between Romania and Kazakhstan.

The Conference of Romanian parliament has attracted representatives from 23 countries. We address  all our gratitude for their attendence that was  a sign of respect towards the institution of Parliament, a perfect  way to show commitment to Romanian foreign policy and a diplomatic way to present appreciation to Kazakhstan delegation.

Your presence was noted as a perfect fulfillment of your mission as a friend of Romania.

Congratulation!

Ambassadors1

From left to right: Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President Director General-IRICE, H.E. Ambassador of Macedonia-Pande Lazarevski,  Senator Ciprian Rogojan, H.E. Ambassador of Iraq-Omer Berzinji-BEST AMBASSADOR TO ROMANIA 2013, Senator Serik Bekturganov, H.E. Ambassador of Venezuela-Victor Carazo, Senator Serik Akylbai, H.E. Ambassador of Kazakhstan-Daulet Batrashev, deputy Tulesh Kenzhin , Academician Mircea Constantinescu, H.E. Ambassador of  Republic of Korea- Park Hyo-Sung, senator Florin Constantinescu-President of Energy Committee and Leader of the Senate, President of Committee for Romanians Abroad-senator Marcel Dumitru Bujor, representative of Russian Federation Embassy 

 

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From left to right: Embassy of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia-Dr.Mohammad Al HomoudH.E. Ambassador of  Armenia- Hamlet Gasparian, H.E. Ambassador of Georgia-Ilia Giorgadze, Embassy of Palestine representative, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President Director General-IRICEsenator Florin Constantinescu-President of Energy Committee and Leader of the Senate, H.E. Ambassador of Malaysia-Dato Nik Mustafa Kamal Nik AHMAD, Taiba Foundation representative-Dr. Abu Al Oula Al Ghithy

Ambassadors4

From left to right: Academician Mircea Constantinescu, Embassy of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia-Dr.Mohammad Al Homoud, H.E. Ambassador of Russian Federation-Oleg Malghinov,  H.E. Ambassador of  Armenia- Hamlet Gasparian, H.E. Ambassador of Georgia-Ilia Giorgadze, Embassy of Palestine representative, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President Director General-IRICE , H.E. Ambassador of  Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan-Saker Malkawi, senator Florin Constantinescu-President of Energy Committee and Leader of the Senate, H.E. Ambassador of Malaysia-Dato Nik Mustafa Kamal Nik AHMAD, Taiba Foundation representative-Dr. Abu Al Oula Al Ghithy

 

Ambassadors

From left to right: Chamber of Deputies member Costel Alexe-President of Romania-Kazakhstan Parliamentary Friendship GroupH.E. Ambassador of  Republic of Vietnam-TRAN Xuan Thuy, General Saman Assi Wahhab Al-Talabani, H.E. Ambassador of Venezuela-Victor Carazo, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President Director General-IRICE, senator Florin Constantinescu-President of Energy Committee and Leader of the SenateH.E. Ambassador of Iraq-Omer Berzinji-BEST AMBASSADOR TO ROMANIA 2013, Academician Mircea Constantinescu, Senator Ionel Agrigoroaei, Senator Ciprian Rogojan, Senator Constantin Popa, senator Marcel Dumitru Bujor

 

Iraq Ambassador Omer Berzinji

H.E. Ambassador of Iraq-Omer Berzinji-BEST AMBASSADOR TO ROMANIA 2013 is offering a precious object of  Iraqi art to the leader of Kazakhstan delegation – Senator Serik Akylbai

 

Korea Ambassador

H.E. Ambassador of  Republic of Korea- Park Hyo-Sung in dialogue with President Serik Akylbai-Kazakhstan and Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President Director General-IRICE and deputy Tulesh Kenzhin-Kazakhstan

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

H.E. Ambassador of Kazakhstan-Daulet Batrashev together with H.E. Ambassador of  Turkmenistan-Sokrat Jumayev together with Senator Serik Akylbai din Kazakhstan and H.E. Ambassador of Macedonia-Pande Lazarevski

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

From left to right:H.E. Ambassador of Venezuela-Victor Carazo, representative of Russian Federation Embassy, H.E. Ambassador of Macedonia-Pande Lazarevski, Embassy of Hungary representative,  H.E. Ambassador of  Turkmenistan-Sokrat Jumayev, H.E. Ambassador of  Republic of Vietnam-TRAN Xuan Thuy

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAShearing a moment of laughter.

From left to right: Chamber of Deputies member Costel Alexe-President of Romania-Kazakhstan Parliamentary Friendship Group, H.E. Ambassador of  Republic of Vietnam-TRAN Xuan Thuy, General Saman Assi Wahhab Al-Talabani, H.E. Ambassador of Venezuela-Victor Carazo, Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea-President General Director -IRICE, Senate Leader- Senator Florin Constantinescu, H.E. Ambassador of Iraq-Omer Berzinji-BEST AMBASSADOR TO ROMANIA 2013/2014, Academician Mircea Constantinescu 

 

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ADUNAREA POPOARELOR DIN KAZAHSTAN: UN MODEL DEMOCRATIC UNIVERSAL

In data de 3 martie 2015, Parlamentul Romaniei a gazduit conferinta internationala: ADUNAREA POPOARELOR DIN KAZAHSTAN-UN MODEL  DEMOCRATIC  UNIVERSAL.

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Conferinta ADUNAREA POPOARELOR DIN KAZAKHSTAN: UN MODEL DEMOCRATIC UNIVERSAL-3 martie 2015

 

Manifestarea  are loc in cadrul traditional al prieteniei strategice ce uneste Romania si Kazahstanul si este destinata sa prezinte audientei romanesti si internationale rolul fundamental al unei institutii specifice Kazahstanului: ADUNAREA POPOARELOR DIN KAZAHSTAN.

Aceasta institutie infiintata, in 1995, in urma unei decizii a presedintelui Kazahstanului-Nursultan Nazarbayev, are rolul de a permite tuturor minoritatilor nationale, culturale si lingvistice de pe teritoriul Kazahstanului sa participe alaturi de majoritatea kazaha la construirea modelului de societate, la alegerea politicilor culturale si la construirea unui stat deschis pentru toti cetatenii.

Astazi, dupa 20 de ani de activitate, ADUNAREA POPOARELOR DIN KAZAHSTAN a devenit un model pentru toate statele lumii, un model de rezolvare a problemelor minoritatilor si de implicare democratica.

Serik Akylbai, Daulet Batrashev, Bekturganov Serik, Tulesh Kenzhin

Delegatia din Kazahstan ( de la stanga la dreapta):Presedinte Serik Akylbai, E.S. Ambasadorul Kazahstanului-Daulet Batrashev, senator Serik Bekturganov si deputat Tulesh Kenzhin-aspect din timpul lucrarilor 

 

In cadrul manifestarii, gazduite de Parlamentul Romaniei, conducerea celor doua camere a prezentat mesaje de sustinere pentru relatia Romania-Kazahstan, pentru rolul profund democratic al ADUNARII POPOARELOR DIN KAZAHSTAN si mesaje de admiratie pentru opera nationala si democratica realizata de Presedintele Kazahstanului Nursultan Nazarabyev.

Costel Alexe, Marcel Bujor, Florin Constantinescu

Printre vorbitori s-au numarat(de la stanga la dreapta): Deputatul Costel Alexe-Presedintele Grupului Parlamentar de Prietenie Romania-Kazahstan, Presedintele Comisiei pentru Romanii de Pretutindeni-senator Marcel Dumitru Bujor si senator Florin Constantinescu-Presedinte Comisia de Energie si Vice-Lider al Senatului

  In afara liderilor parlamentului au mai participat reprezentantii a 23 de state, impreuna cu liderul corpului diplomatic- Ambasadorul Irak-lui-Omer Berzinji  si au prezentat comunicari: Liderul Senatului-Senatorul Florin Constantinescu-Presedintele Comisiei de Energie, Industrie si Transporturi, Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea-Presedinte Director General- Institutul de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica, Senatorul Marcel Dumitru Bujor-Presedintele Comisiei pentru Romanii din Afara Granitelor, Deputatul Costel Alexe-Presedintele Grupului Parlamentar de Prietenie Romania-Kazahstan, Senatorul Constantin Popa-din partea Comisiei pentru UNESCO si senatorii Ionel Agrigoroaei si Ciprian Rogojan din partea Comisiilor de Aparare si Afaceri Europene.

Ionel Agrigoroaei, Ciprian Rogojan, Constantin Popa

Au mai prezentat comunicari liderul Comisiei de Aparare-senator Ionel Agrigoroaei, liderul Comisiei de Afaceri Europene-Ciprian Rogojan si liderul Comisiei UNESCO-Dumitru Constantin Popa

 

Conferinta dedicata ADUNARII POPOARELOR DIN KAZAHSTAN a beneficiat si  de prezenta extraordinara a unei delegatii a Parlamentului din Kazahstan, condusa de senatorii Serik Akylbai, Bekturganov Serik si deputatul Tulesh Kenzhin care au prezentat participantilor la conferinta mecanismul si semnificatia unei institutii unice in lume: ADUNAREA POPOARELOR DIN KAZAHSTAN.

In partea finala a conferintei, grupul de parlamentari kazahi a primit MEDALIA DE ONOARE A PARLAMENTULUI ROMANIEI,  in semn de apreciere a importantei relatiilor inter-parlamentare dintre Romania si Kazahstan.

La conferinta de la Parlamentul Romaniei au participat reprezentanti a peste 23 de tari, le adresam multumirile noastre pentru prezenta lor ce a ilustrat respect fata de Parlamentul Romaniei, fata de relatia Romania-Kazahstan si fata de politica externa demonstrand inalta lor calitate diplomatica. Felicitari!

Ambassadors1

De la stanga la dreapta: Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea, E.S. Ambasadorul Macedoniei-Pande Lazarevski, Senatorul Ciprian Rogojan, E.S. Ambasadorul Irak-ului-Omer Berzinji-CEL MAI BUN AMBASADOR PENTRU 2013/2014, Senator Serik Bekturganov, E.S. Ambasadorul Venezuelei-Victor Carazo, Senator Serik Akylbai, E.S. Ambasadorul Kazahstanului-Daulet Batrashev, Deputat Tulesh Kenzhin, Academician Mircea Constantinescu, E.S. Ambasadorul Republicii Korea- Park Hyo-Sung, Liderul Senatului-Florin Constantinescu, Presedintele Comisiei pentru Romanii de Pretutindeni-Senator Marcel Bujor, reprezentant al Ambasadei Federatiei Ruse

Ambassadors2De la stanga la dreapta: Ambasada Regatului Arabiei Saudite-Dr.Mohammad Al Homoud, E.S. Ambasadorul Armeniei- Hamlet Gasparian, E.S. Ambasadorul Georgiei-Ilia Giorgadze, Ambasada Palestinei, Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea-Presedinte D.G. -IRICE, Liderul Senatului-Senator Florin Constantinescu, E.S. Ambasadorul Malaeziei-Dato Nik Mustafa Kamal Nik AHMAD, reprezentantul Fundatiei Taiba-Dr. Abu Al Oula Al Ghithy

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De la stanga la dreapta: Academician Mircea Constantinescu, Ambasada Regatului Arabiei Saudite-Dr.Mohammad Al Homoud, E.S. Ambasadorul Federatiei Ruse-Oleg Malghinov,  E.S. Ambasadorul Armeniei- Hamlet Gasparian, E.S. Ambasadorul Georgiei-Ilia Giorgadze, Ambasada Palestinei, Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea-Presedinte D.G. -IRICE, E.S. Ambasadorul Regatului Hashemit al Iordaniei-Saker Malkawi, Liderul Senatului-Chestor Senator Florin Constantinescu, E.S. Ambasadorul Malaeziei-Dato Nik Mustafa Kamal Nik AHMAD, reprezentantul Fundatiei Taiba-Dr. Abu Al Oula Al Ghithy

 

Ambassadors

De la stanga la dreapta: deputat Costel Alexe-Presedintele Grupului Parlamentar de Prietenie Romania-Kazahstan, E.S. Ambasadorul Republicii Vietnam-TRAN Xuan Thuy, Generalul Saman Assi Wahhab Al-Talabani, E.S. Ambasadorul Venezuelei-Victor Carazo, Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea-Presedinte D.G. -IRICE, Liderul Senatului-Chestor Senator Florin Constantinescu, E.S. Ambasadorul Irak-ului-Omer Berzinji-CEL MAI BUN AMBASADOR PENTRU 2013/2014, Academician Mircea Constantinescu, Senator Ionel Agrigoroaei, Senator Ciprian Rogojan, Senator Constantin Popa, senator Marcel Dumitru Bujor

 

Iraq Ambassador Omer Berzinji

E.S. Ambasadorul Irak-ului-Omer Berzinji-CEL MAI BUN AMBASADOR PENTRU 2013/2014 ofera un pretios obiect de arta irakian liderului delegatiei din Kazahstan-Senator Serik Akylbai

Korea Ambassador

E.S. Ambasadorul Republicii Korea- Park Hyo-Sung in dialog cu Presedintele Serik Akylbai-Kazahstan si Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea-Presedinte Director General-IRICE si deputatul Tulesh Kenzhin-Kazahstan.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAE.S. Ambasadorul Kazahstanului-Daulet Batrashev alaturi de E.S. Ambasadorul Turkmenistanului-Sokrat Jumayev impreuna cu Senatorul Serik Akylbai din Kazahstan si E.S. Ambasadorul Macedoniei-Pande Lazarevski

 

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De la stanga la dreapta: E.S. Ambasadorul Venezuelei-Victor Carazo, reprezentantul Ambasadei Federatiei Ruse, E.S. Ambasadorul Macedoniei-Pande Lazarevski, reprezentantul Ambasadei Ungariei,  E.S. Ambasadorul Turkmenistanului-Sokrat Jumayev, E.S. Ambasadorul Republicii Vietnam-TRAN Xuan Thuy

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIntr-un moment de  veselie.

De la stanga la dreapta:deputat Costel Alexe-Presedintele Grupului Parlamentar de Prietenie Romania-Kazahstan, E.S. Ambasadorul Republicii Vietnam-TRAN Xuan Thuy, General Saman Assi Wahhab Al-Talabani, E.S. Ambasadorul Venezuelei-Victor Carazo, Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea-Presedinte D.G. -IRICE, Liderul Senatului-Chestor Senator Florin Constantinescu, E.S. Ambasadorul Irak-ului-Omer Berzinji-CEL MAI BUN AMBASADOR PENTRU 2013/2014, Academician Mircea Constantinescu 

 

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KAZAKHSTAN IS THE STRATEGIC ALLY OF ROMANIA: THE CONCLUSION OF THE VISIT OF KAZAKHSTAN PARLIAMENTARY DELEGATION

In the period between 3 to 5 march 2015, a delegation of Kazakhstan Parliament composed of: Chairman Senator Serik Akylbai, Senator Bekturganov Serik and Deputy Tulesh Kenzhin, where invited by Parliament of Romania for an official visit to Romania.

Senator Marcel Bujor

Senator Marcel Dumitru Bujor-President of Committee for Romanians Abroad welcoming Kazakhstan Parliament delegation 

 

The visit has the role of continuing the strategic friendship relation between Romanian and Kazakhstan, to reassert the privileged relations between the two parliaments and to foster the parliamentary consultations.

On the occasion of the visit, the Kazakhstan delegation has the honor to be invited to host a special conference in the Parliament of Romania, an honor unmatched in the parliament history that is awarded only to the visiting Kazakhstan delegations.

Serik Akylbai, Daulet Batrashev, Bekturganov Serik, Tulesh Kenzhin

The Kazakhstan Parliamentary delegation is at the center of International Conference of ASSEMBLY OF PEOPLE`S OF KAZAKHSTAN

On this time the Kazakhstan team had presented, in the framework of an international conference, details on the activity of ASSEMBLY OF PEOPLE’S OF KAZAKHSTAN, a profoundly democratic institution, without peers in the world and an institution that is becoming a world model of universal value.

The Kazakhstan Parliament delegation was received by the leaders of the Parliament, by representatives of: Defense, Economy, Industry, Energy and Transport, International Relations, European Affairs, UNESCO Committees of Romanian Parliament, was invited for a special tour of the Parliament and where guest of honor to witness the work of the Parliament (a privilege reserved for State Presidents and leaders of foreign parliaments in visit).

Deputat Costel Alexe

Kazakhstan Parliament delegation is welcomed with full honors in the Parliament of Romania

A gala dinner was offered by the Romanian side in the welcoming of Kazakhstan delegation and the Romanian officials awarded medals to the members of Kazakhstan Parliament delegation .

The leaders of the Romanian senators Mr. Florin Constantinescu had stated that: the level of receiving the delegation from Kazakhstan was a presidential one, in order to give a signal for the importance of a special relation as the one between Romania and Kazakhstan.

Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President Director General of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation had appreciated that: today Kazakhstan is a world power Center, with a perfect democratic record, prosperous and a model for the world and a serious strategic and important diplomatic ally for our country.

Member of Chamber of Deputies -Costel Alexe, President of Romania-Kazakhstan Parliamentary Friendship Group confirmed that the bilateral relation is full of significance and in the latest five years had developed into a strategic alliance that is making Romania to be interested in supporting the further development of Kazakhstan, the major ally of our country.

Senator Marcel Bujor, President of Committee for International Relations and Romanians Abroad outlined the fact that Romanian is proud to salute in Kazakhstan the first state that solved perfectly and complete the minorities problem in the most democratic and inclusive manner.

In the final of the visit, the parliamentary delegation from Kazakhstan declared by the voice of Senator Serik Akylbai that it was impressed by the special hospitality, the Romanian leaders openness for a dialogue with Kazakhstan and specially moved by the feelings of love and respect for Kazakhstan and President Nursultan Nazarbayev displayed by the Romanian officials, all this are making that the relation between our country is a special one, concluded the Kazakhstan Parliament representatives.

 

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KAZAHSTANUL ESTE ALIATUL STRATEGIC AL ROMANIEI: CONCLUZIA VIZITEI REPREZENTANTILOR PARLAMENTULUI DIN KAZAHSTAN

In perioada 3-5 martie 2015, o delegatie a Parlamentului din Kazahstan compusa din: Presedinte- Senatorul Serik Akylbai, senatorul Bekturganov Serik si deputatul Tulesh Kenzin a efectuat, la invitatia Parlamentului Romaniei, o vizita oficiala in Romania.

Senator Marcel Bujor

Presedintele Comisiei pentru Romanii de Pretutindeni-Senator Marcel Dumitru Bujor inconjurat de delegatia din Kazahstan

Vizita a avut rolul de a continua relatia de prietenie strategica dintre Romania si Kazahstan, de a reafirma relatiile privilegiate dintre cele doua parlamente si de a continua consultarile pe linie parlamentara.

Cu ocazia vizitei delegatiei din Kazahstan, aceasta a avut onoarea de a fi invitata sa sustina o conferinta speciala in cadrul Parlamentului Romaniei, o onoare fara egal, de care numai delegatiile din Kazahstan sau bucurat in istoria parlamentului.

Serik Akylbai, Daulet Batrashev, Bekturganov Serik, Tulesh Kenzhin

Delegatia din Kazahstan prezinta mecanismele unei institutii democratice unice: ADUNAREA POPOARELOR DIN KAZAHSTAN

De aceasta data delegatia din Kazahstan a prezentat, in cadrul unei conferinte internationale, detalii despre activitatea Adunarii Popoarelor din Kazahstan, o institutie profund democratica, fara egal in intreaga lume si care ar trebui sa se constituie intr-un model aplicat universal.

Delegatia din Kazahstan a fost primita de liderii Parlamentului, de reprezentantii Comisiilor de Aparare, Economie si Servicii, Afaceri Europene, Romanii de Pretutindeni, UNESCO, Energie si Transporturi ai Parlamentului Romaniei, a primit dreptul de a vizita toate spatiile parlamentului intr-un tur extins si a primit onoarea de a fi invitata in mod special la lucrarile Parlamentului (o astfel de onoare se acorda doar Presedintilor de state si liderilor parlamentelor straine aflati in vizita).

Deputat Costel Alexe

Delegatia din Kazahstan este primita cu toate onorurile in Parlamentul Romaniei

Totodata un dineu de onoare a fost oferit de partea romana in cinstea delegatiei din Kazahstan, iar delegatia a fost decorata de oficialii romani.

Asa cum aprecia liderul senatorilor dl. Florin Constantinescu: delegatia parlamentara kazaha a fost primita la nivel de delegatie prezidentiala, pentru a da un semnal privind importanta fara egal a relatiei dintre Romania si Kazahstan.

Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea-Presedinte Director General- Institutul de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica a apreciat ca: astazi Kazahstanul este un centru  de putere mondial, un stat profund democratic si prosper, un model pentru intreaga lume si un serios partener strategic al Romaniei si un important aliat diplomatic pentru tara noastra.

Deputatul Costel Alexe-Presedintele Grupului Parlamentar de Prietenie Romania-Kazahstan  a apreciat ca intre cele doua tari relatia este semnificativa si in ultimii cinci ani a cunoscut o turnura spre o prietenie si alianta strategica ce face ca Romania sa fie profund interesata in dezvoltarea pe viitor a Kazahstanului in care vede un aliat major.

Senatorul Marcel Bujor-Presedintele Comisiei pentru Romanii de Pretutindeni a apreciat ca Romania este mandra sa salute in Kazahstan primul stat care a rezolvat perfect si complet problema minoritatilor nationale, in cel mai profund caracter democratic.

La finalul turneului delegatia parlamentara din Kazahstan a apreciat, prin vocea presedintelui Serik Akylbai ospitalitatea deosebita, disponibilitatea liderilor Romaniei de dialoga cu Kazahstanul si sentimentele de dragoste si respect fata de tara lor si fata de presedintele Nursultan Nazarbayev, toate acestea fac ca relatia noastra sa fie una speciala, au apreciat la unison reprezentantii parlamentului kazah.

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SENATORUL BUJOR DUMITRU MARCEL SPRIJINA DIALOGUL CU REPUBLICA KAZAHSTAN

Cu ocazia preluării mandatului de ambasador al Kazahstanului E.S. Daulet Batrashev a avut o întrevedere cu Senatorul Marcel Dumitru Bujor-Preşedintele Comisiei pentru Românii de Pretutindeni din cadrul Senatului României.

 

Întrevederea a fost realizată cu sprijinul Institutului de Relaţii Internaţionale şi Cooperare Economică.

În cadrul dialogului E.S. Ambasadorul Kazahstanului-Daulet Batrashev a adresat felicitările sale domnului Senator Marcel Dumitru Bujor pentru activitatea susţinută în cadrul diplomaţiei parlamentare şi pentru nominalizarea sa pentru PREMIUL DE ACTIVITATE PARLAMENTARĂ pentru anul 2014.

 

Senatorul Marcel Dumitru Bujor-Preşedintele Comisiei pentru Românii de Pretutindeni, Ambasador-ul Kazahstanului E.S. Daulet Batrashev şi Profesor Doctor Anton Caragea, Director IRICE-web

Senatorul Bujor Marcel Dumitru, Ambasadorul Kazahstanului si Profesor Dr. Anton Caragea

 

Totodată a fost prezentat rolul şi dinamica relaţiilor bilaterale menţionând că  Republica Kazahstan este cel de al doilea investitor  major în economia României şi prin achiziţia Rompetrol de către KazMunaiGaz a devenit cel mai important partener al României din Asia Centrală şi principalul jucător de pe piaţa de energie, gaze şi petrol din România .

Totodată, în domeniul cooperării bilaterale, ambasadorul Kazahstanului a prezentat o serie de date cu privire la existenţa a peste 20.000 de români în regiunea Karaganda, români deportaţi de Stalin în perioada celui de al doilea război mondial din Basarabia şi care sunt complet integraţi în viaţa Kazahstanului, se bucură de reprezentare în Adunarea Naţiunilor din Kazahstan şi au înfiinţat o societate culturală numită Dacia, ce se bucură de sprijinul statului din Kazahstan pentru a-şi păstra specificul naţional, tradiţiile şi limba.

Preşedintele Comisiei pentru Românii de Pretutindeni, Senatorul Marcel Bujor a mulţumit pentru acest sprijin constant acordat minorităţii române din Kazahstan şi a apreciat relaţia bilaterală în acest sens ca fiind una exemplară.

În scopul amplificării dialogului parlamentar bilateral, Preşedintele Marcel Dumitru Bujor a adresat o invitaţie oficială pentru o vizită în România omologului său din Senatul din Kazahstan dl. Preşedinte Ikram Adyrbekov.

Dialogul a continuat apoi pe tema amplificării relaţiilor bilaterale, a cooperării economice dl.senator Marcel Dumitru Bujor prezentând potenţialul pentru investiţii şi coooperare economică al judeţului său şi pe tema vizitei pe care senatorul român o va efectua la Astana în aprilie 2015.

Dialogul a luat sfârşit cu invitaţia adresată de Preşedintele Marcel Dumitru Bujor pentru ambasadorul Kazahstanului şi pentru Directorul General al Institutului de Relaţii Internaţionale şi Cooperare Economică pentru a vizita judeţul Bacău, înscrie regiunea în cadrul programului de vizite diplomatice DESCOPERĂ ROMÂNIA şi de a explora împreună oportunităţile de afaceri ale regiunii.

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