Forty members more leave Kazakh Nationwide Social Democratic Party

Kazakhstan Materials 13 January 2012 18:16 (UTC +04:00)

Azerbaijan, Baku, Jan. 13 / Trend E. Kosolapova/

Forty members more of the Kazakh Nationwide Social Democratic Party in the Semey city made a formal statement about their withdrawal from party's ranks on Friday, Kazinform reported.

"Nationwide Social Democratic Party has no individual proposals on the social and political life upgrade in our country. Moreover, the party has no trustworthy leaders, who can attract people to participate in political life," the former party members said.

According to the former party members, they send a letter to the party's leadership expressing their dissatisfaction with lack of party's activity at the end of last year. But there was no answer to this letter.

"We think that the party turns us to its advantage, so we declare about our official withdrawal from the party," they said in the statement.

Last week, roughly 40 members withdrew from the Nationwide Social Democratic Party. According to them, the main reason for their withdrawal was disappointed in the policy of party's leadership.