Central Election Committee registered 11 candidates to run for presidential election
February 15. Kazakhstan Today. Astana
The Central Election Committee of Kazakhstan has registered 11 candidates for president’s post, Kazakhstan Today reports.
According to the Central Election Committee press service, three applicants had been registered earlier and two more applicants were registered today.
In particular, a pensioner Saule Masina, 1947, temporarily unemployed Sovetkazy Nursila, 1955, a security guard of a security agency Tolybay Baymurzin, 1962, and a director of a travel company Kanat Turageldiev, 1962, will run for presidential election.
The Central Election Committee has also registered a candidate from the Communist People’s Party of Kazakhstan Zhambyl Ahmetbekov, 1961.
The Central Election Committee has registered 11 candidates, 9 of whom are self-nominated applicants. One of the candidates – Ualihan Kaysarov – dropped out of pre-election campaign as he had not passed the state language proficiency examination.